The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) recently launched the main findings of the Second European Survey of Enterprises on New and Emerging Risks at the European Parliament in Brussels.
To promote jobs and growth in Europe, social and micro-enterprises will soon have access to over 500 million euro of finance. This is the result of a new mandate agreement signed today between the European Commission and the European Investment Fund.
The European Commission published today its replies to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on how the EU's is implementing the dedicated UN Convention.
The European Commission welcomes the outcomes of the 104th International Labour Conference in Geneva during the first two weeks of June.
EU cities are invited to participate in the sixth edition of the Access City Award - The European Prize for making cities more accessible to people with disabilities and older people.
The Commission today held an orientation debate to discuss how EU policy can best address social and employment challenges in Europe.
Two more Flash Reports prepared by ESPN independent experts on recent social policy developments in Europe are now available.
The European Commission has proposed to provide Finland with € 1.3 million from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 500 former workers of Broadcom Communications Finland and two of its suppliers to find new jobs.
Today the European Commission has published a new report on transitional arrangements on free movement for Croatian workers, concluding that future potential flows of Croatian workers to other EU Member States are likely to be small and unlikely to lead to labour market disturbances.
The European Commission is referring Estonia to the EU Court of Justice over its national law which does not provide sufficient protection against abuse arising from the use of successive fixed-term employment contracts or relationships in the academic sector.