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Undeclared work: an endless circle

In April 2014, the European Commission proposed the creation of a European Platform to improve cooperation at EU level in prevention and deterrence of undeclared work. - In April 2014, the European Commission proposed the creation of a European Platform to improve cooperation at EU level in prevention and deterrence of undeclared work. This animation highlights the whys and wherefores of the issue, and the serious implications it has on working conditions, public budgets and fair competition.

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  • Fad ama: 2'18''
  • Dáta: Apr 2014
 

New European Directive encourages creation of more, and more effective, European Works Councils (TEASER)

Globalisation, restructuring, and corporate strategies have consequences on employment and working conditions, especially in multinationals. - Globalisation, restructuring, and corporate strategies have consequences on employment and working conditions, especially in multinationals. Employees need to be properly informed and consulted at European level for these processes to be managed in a balanced and socially responsible way. European Works Councils (EWCs) fulfil this role, representing all European employees of a company in meetings with central management. In any company employing over 1 000 employees in at least two EU Member States, transnational information and consultation of employees through the creation of an EWC is a right underpinned by a European Directive, which has been reinforced.

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  • Fad ama: 00'42''
  • Dáta: May 2011
  • Tuairimí: 446
 

New European Directive encourages creation of more, and more effective, European Works Councils

Globalisation, restructuring, and corporate strategies have consequences on employment and working conditions, especially in multinationals. - Globalisation, restructuring, and corporate strategies have consequences on employment and working conditions, especially in multinationals. Employees need to be properly informed and consulted at European level for these processes to be managed in a balanced and socially responsible way. European Works Councils (EWCs) fulfil this role, representing all European employees of a company in meetings with central management. In any company employing over 1 000 employees in at least two EU Member States, transnational information and consultation of employees through the creation of an EWC is a right underpinned by a European Directive, which has been reinforced.

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  • Fad ama: 06'15''
  • Dáta: May 2011
  • Tuairimí: 3441
 

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