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Social Agenda 51 - Fair mobility and social fairness 17/05/2018

Social Agenda 51 - Fair mobility and social fairness

The April issue of our Social Agenda magazine focuses on the notion of fairness: fair cross-border mobility, with the creation of a European Labour Authority; and social fairness with a Recommendation on access to social protection for the almost 40% of people employed in the EU who are either in an “atypical” employment situation or self-employed.

From left to right: Agnes Jongerius, Marianne Thyssen, Zornitsa Roussinova and Elisabeth Morin-Chartier 01/03/2018

Joint statement on the revision of the Posting of Workers Directive

Following the seventh trialogue on the revision of the Posting of Workers Directive, the European Parliament Co-Rapporteurs Elisabeth Morin-Chartier and Agnes Jongerius, Bulgarian Deputy Minister for Labour and Social Policy Zornitsa Roussinova and Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility Marianne Thyssen jointly stated:

Supervisor, white-collar worker and business woman standing in front of a laptop. 10/09/2015

Free movement of workers: challenges and opportunities at local level

Reports from four cities examine the impact of free movement of EU workers at a local level, on the basis of studies conducted in Frankfurt, Leeds, Milan and Rotterdam in 2014/2015.

EU social security coordination rules: have your say! 17/07/2015

EU social security coordination rules: have your say!

This week the European Commission has launched a public consultation on the EU rules on social security coordination.

Employees in a power station 17/07/2015

EU labour market developments report: job recovery gains strength

Labour market developments have been improving against the background of a gradual economic recovery in the EU. Unemployment in the EU has continued to fall and job finding rates have modestly improved. However, despite its recent fall, unemployment remains high.

Free movement: new Commission report on mobility of Croatian workers 29/05/2015

Free movement: new Commission report on mobility of Croatian workers

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.

Commission refers Belgium to Court for refusing certificates of workers affiliated in another Member State 26/03/2015

Commission refers Belgium to Court for refusing certificates of workers affiliated in another Member State

The European Commission has decided to refer Belgium to the Court of Justice for refusing to recognise mobile workers' documents certifying that they pay social security in another Member State.

Employment and Social Policy Council on 16 October 15/10/2014

Employment and Social Policy Council on 16 October

The EU's Council of Employment and Social Policy Ministers will meet on 16 October in Luxembourg.

Bottleneck vacancies: more action is needed, says report 19/09/2014

Bottleneck vacancies: more action is needed, says report

The European Commission has published today a study on bottleneck occupations, i.e. jobs where employers have had problems in the past to find and hire staff to fill vacancies, and expect the same in the future.

Report shows worker mobility key to tackle EU demographic and skills challenges 18/09/2014

Report shows worker mobility key to tackle EU demographic and skills challenges

To address the effects of population ageing, the EU will need to close the gender gap and increase the participation of young and older workers in the labour market, but mobility and migration also have a key role to play. This is the main finding of the joint Commission-OECD report on matching economic migration with labour market needs published today.


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