Pagalbinės prieigos priemonės
Informacija skyriuose „Naujienos“, „Iš arčiau“ ir „Renginiai“ gali būti pateikiama tik anglų, prancūzų ir (arba) vokiečių kalbomis.
The Association of European Border Regions has completed a project to improve access to effective information by cross-border workers in Europe.
The European Commission has proposed measures to ensure the better application of EU law on the right of EU citizens to work in another Member State.
The European Commission has approved a request from the Spanish authorities made on 13 December 2012 to extend the temporary restriction on access for Romanian workers to the Spanish labour market until 31 December 2013 due to serious disturbances on its labour market.
The European Commission has asked Greece to comply with its obligations under EU law by taking into account professional experience and seniority acquired by teachers in other Member States without any time limit.
The European Commission has requested Greece to recognise professional qualifications acquired in other Member States and end discrimination against holders of post-graduate diplomas obtained in other Member States.
The European Commission has requested Luxembourg to end discrimination against migrant workers and members of their families in accessing study grants, financial aid for volunteers and the so-called allowances of 'boni pour enfant'.
The Council of EU Employment and Social Policy Ministers will meet on 17 February in Brussels.
In 2010, the European Commission launched a call for proposals to financially support transnational actions aimed at improving citizens' knowledge on their rights and obligations in the field of social security when moving within Europe. Thomas Steffensen, Acting Head of Secretariat of the Oresunddirekt association, gives some insights into the project they ran in 2011 for cross-border workers in the transnational Danish and Swedish Øresund region.
The European Commission has requested Italy to recognise comparable qualifications obtained in another Member State by foreign candidates who want to become full professors in Italy.
The European Commission has requested Spain to take periods of comparable employment acquired previously in other Member States into account for workers applying for posts in the public sector and in determining their working conditions (e.g. salary, grade, career advancement). This also affects Spanish citizens who have worked in other Member States.