The European Commission has proposed measures to ensure the better application of EU law on the right of EU
The most successful and competitive economies in the world are the ones which have the most effective social protection systems, the most developed social partnerships and have started making the transition from the welfare state to the social investment state.
Measures to help crisis-hit countries to use much needed EU funds have been proposed today by the European Commission. The measures would help these Member States to tackle youth unemployment, to support small and medium sized business and to pay for key infrastructure projects.
The 42nd sectoral social dialogue committee, covering the graphical industry, held its inaugural meeting on 8 May 2013 in Brussels.
The 6th EU-India Seminar on Employment and Social Policy dedicated to social protection will take place in Brussels on 24 and 25 June.
The conference will provide information and working sessions on apprenticeship and traineeship schemes throughout the EU, including a consideration of how European funding can be used to develop new schemes or improve existing ones.
Some 320 participants attended the fourth Demography Forum, which took place on 6-7 May in Brussels.
The aim of this conference was to present the Social Investment Package – as adopted by the European Commission on 20 February 2013 – to a target audience of Member States officials, elected representatives, civil society, social partners, the private sector and others.
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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.