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Undeclared work: Commission proposes new Platform to improve prevention and deterrence 09/04/2014

Undeclared work: Commission proposes new Platform to improve prevention and deterrence

The European Commission has proposed today the creation of a European Platform to improve cooperation at EU level in order to prevent and deter more effectively undeclared work, a phenomenon that causes serious damage to working conditions, fair competition and public budgets.

Undeclared work: survey reveals widespread problem 24/03/2014

Undeclared work: survey reveals widespread problem

Around one in ten Europeans (11%) admits that they have bought goods or services involving undeclared work in the previous year, while 4% concede that they have themselves received undeclared pay in return for work. Furthermore, one in 30 (3%) was paid partly in cash by his or her employer ("envelope wages").

Commission reviews application of EU rules on temporary agency work 21/03/2014

Commission reviews application of EU rules on temporary agency work

All Member States have adopted measures to implement Directive 2008/104/EC on temporary agency work and have in general done so correctly and applied its provisions in practice. These are the main findings of a report just published by the European Commission.

Labour law: Commission refers Luxembourg to Court over protection of fixed-term staff 20/02/2014

Labour law: Commission refers Luxembourg to Court over protection of fixed-term staff

The European Commission has decided to refer Luxembourg to the EU's Court of Justice for breaching its obligations under the Fixed-Term Work Directive (1999/70/CE) to effectively protect certain fixed-term workers .

Working conditions: time for Member States to implement the ILO domestic workers convention 28/01/2014

Working conditions: time for Member States to implement the ILO domestic workers convention

The European Commission welcomes the adoption by the EU's Council of Ministers of a Decision authorising Member States to ratify the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention concerning fair and decent work for domestic workers (Convention No. 189).

Commission proposes to improve workers' rights for seafarers and fishermen 18/11/2013

Commission proposes to improve workers' rights for seafarers and fishermen

A proposal to include seafarers within the scope of five EU labour law Directives has been presented by the European Commission.

EU actively participates in ILO Governing Body 18/11/2013

EU actively participates in ILO Governing Body

The EU and its Member states actively contributed to the Governing Body of the International Labour Organization (ILO), which met in Geneva from 16 to 31 October.

Information and consultation at work: Commission evaluates EU rules 26/07/2013

Information and consultation at work: Commission evaluates EU rules

The European Commission has released the results of an evaluation to identify excessive burdens, overlaps, gaps or inconsistencies which may have appeared since the adoption of three EU Directives regarding information and consultation of workers.

Labour law: Commission asks Denmark to apply equal treatment to part-time staff in the municipal education sector 20/06/2013

Labour law: Commission asks Denmark to apply equal treatment to part-time staff in the municipal education sector

The European Commission has asked Denmark to comply in full with the EU Directive on part-time work in the municipal education sector.

Labour law: Commission requests Luxembourg to fully apply Fixed-Term Work Directive 25/04/2013

Labour law: Commission requests Luxembourg to fully apply Fixed-Term Work Directive

The European Commission has requested Luxembourg to review its legislation to protect employees against abusive renewals of fixed-term contracts in order to fully comply with the requirements of the Directive on fixed-term work.


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