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  • 16/12/2016

    Le Fonds social européen – Investir dans le capital humain

    Cette brochure décrit la manière dont le Fonds social européen (FSE) soutient les personnes qui, autrement, n’auraient pas la possibilité de suivre une formation, d’obtenir de qualifications ni de décrocher un bon emploi. En raison de sa taille et de sa portée, le Fonds exerce une grande influence sur le marché du travail et la société dans son ensemble. Dans certains pays, près de 90 % des dépenses réelles prévues pour mettre en place des mesures sur le marché du travail proviennent du FSE. Le Fonds est le principal outil de l’Union européenne (UE) pour l’aider à atteindre ses objectifs destinés à augmenter l’emploi, à réduire la pauvreté et à améliorer le niveau d’éducation au sein de l’Union.

    Cette publication explique le fonctionnement du FSE, expose les résultats obtenus jusqu’à présent à la suite de la période de financement 2007-2013, et donne des exemples concrets de la manière dont il a aidé des millions de personnes chaque année.

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  • 22/02/2017

    Posting of workers - Report on A1 portable documents issued in 2015

    Portable Document A1 is a formal statement proving that the holder pays social contributions in another EU country. PD A1 provide a source of statistics on posted workers and persons working in several EU countries. This report shows that in 2015, there were some 2.05 million postings, an increase of 7% compared to the previous year. Poland, Germany and France accounted as the main sending countries, while Germany, France and Belgium as the main receiving countries. Find more data on the average duration of posting, the economic sectors involved, the impact on national labour markets and more in this report.

  • 21/02/2017

    2016 annual report on intra-EU labour mobility

    In 2015, almost 11.3 million EU citizens of working age were residing in a Member State other than their country of citizenship. This report presents an overview of mobility within the EU as well as of the economic integration of the mobile workers. In addition, report  focus this year on workers going back to their country of origin, and on the mobility at higher age (retired EU-movers).

  • 07/02/2017

    Blueprint for sectoral cooperation on skills: Automotive

    The Blueprint for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills is a new framework for strategic cooperation to address short and medium-term skills needs in a given economic sector. This publication focuses specifically on the automotive sector and shows how stakeholders (businesses, trade unions, public authorities, research, education and training institutions etc.) can apply the framework to address challenges, illustrating the steps towards delivering sector-specific skills solutions through sectoral partnerships.

  • 07/02/2017

    Blueprint for sectoral cooperation on skills: Defence

    The Blueprint for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills is a new framework for strategic cooperation to address short and medium-term skills needs in a given economic sector. This publication focuses specifically on the defence sector and shows how stakeholders (businesses, trade unions, public authorities, research, education and training institutions etc.) can apply the framework to address challenges, illustrating the steps towards delivering sector-specific skills solutions through sectoral partnerships.

  • 07/02/2017

    Blueprint for sectoral cooperation on skills: Maritime Technologies

    The Blueprint for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills is a new framework for strategic cooperation to address short and medium-term skills needs in a given economic sector. This publication focuses specifically on the maritime technology sector and shows how stakeholders (businesses, trade unions, public authorities, research, education and training institutions etc.) can apply the framework to address challenges, illustrating the steps towards delivering sector-specific skills solutions through sectoral partnerships.