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Health and Safety and Working Conditions

Every year in the EU, accidents at work kill more than 4,000 people, and more than 3,000,000 workers suffer a serious accident. - Every year in the EU, accidents at work kill more than 4,000 people, and more than 3,000,000 workers suffer a serious accident. To ensure the safety of its 217 million workers, the European Commission has launched a new Strategic Framework on Health and Safety at Work (2014-2020), aimed at identifying the best instruments to make workplaces a safer place for all.

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  • Fad ama: 01'43''
  • Dáta: Jun 2014
 

Agency workers

Over three million temporary agency workers across the EU benefit from protection of EU law. - Over three million temporary agency workers across the EU benefit from protection of EU law. Equal treatment from day one for temporary agency workers compared to permanent workers in terms of basic working and employment conditions (including pay, holidays, working time, rest periods and maternity leave) unless social partners agree otherwise. Equal access to collective facilities (such as canteens, child care facilities, or transport services). Better access for agency workers to training both when working on an assignment, and in between assignments.

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  • Fad ama: 02'00''
  • Dáta: Mar 2013
 

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: 452
 

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: 3552
 

Modernised EU Social Security Coordination

There are around 10 million mobile citizens in Europe, which represents about 2% of the population. - There are around 10 million mobile citizens in Europe, which represents about 2% of the population. To make life easier for those EU citizens who wish to receive their unemployment benefits, child care benefits or pension in another country, a new updated EU regulation, 883/2004, will come into force in 2010.

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  • Fad ama: 3'35''
  • Dáta: Nov 2009
  • Tuairimí: 3647
 

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