A kisegítő lehetőségek eszközei
A szolgáltatás eszközei
The Council of EU Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Ministers will meet on 3 October in Luxembourg under the chairmanship of Polish Minister for Employment and Social Affairs, Ms Fedak. The European Commission will be represented by László Andor, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs.
The European Commission has requested Ireland and Greece to ensure full compliance with the EU rules on limits to working time for doctors in public health services.
EU nationals who habitually reside in the UK are subject to the so-called 'right to reside' test to qualify for certain social security benefits. As this test indirectly discriminates non-UK nationals coming from other EU Member States it contravenes EU law. This is why the European Commission has requested the United Kingdom to stop its application.
The European Commission has requested the Slovak authorities to end discriminatory practices in determining the level of certain social security benefits, namely that of old-age pensions.
The European Commission has requested Malta to take previous periods of comparable employment acquired by teachers in another Member State into account when determining their working conditions (e.g. salary, grade; career advancement) for state school teachers working in Malta.
The European Commission has proposed to provide Austria with €3.6 million from the European Globalisation adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 502 lorry drivers back into employment.
The European Commission today proposed to provide Greece with €2.9 million of financial assistance from the EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF).