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The European Commission has requested Belgium to end rules which prevent some workers from taking any annual holidays for over a year.
The European Commission has decided to refer the Netherlands to the EU's Court of Justice because it has not correctly transposed EU rules on cross-border mergers.
The European social partners have decided to enter negotiations after the Commission's consultations with them on reviewing the Working Time Directive.
In the EU27, there were 41.3 million persons working part-time in 2010, of which three quarters were women.
The European Commission has requested Ireland and Greece to ensure full compliance with the EU rules on limits to working time for doctors in public health services.
European Works Councils are now to be established and operate within the new framework of Directive 2009/38/EC through its implementing provisions in the EU countries.
As from today, European Works Councils are to be established and operate within the framework of implementing provisions of new Directive 2009/38/EC.
The Commission has asked Austria to comply with the relevant EU legislation and to ensure that contractual workers in the public sector, who work less than 12 hours a week, as well as those on fixed-term contracts running for less than 6 months, receive the same treatment as their colleagues who are employed permanently and full-time.
To prepare the transposition of Directive 2009/38/EC into national law by June 2011, the Commission set up an expert group with representatives of EU countries to exchange views on those aspects likely to present particular difficulties for the transposition, seek ways of avoiding contradictions between the various national systems and co-operate in the transposition work.
As part of its review of the EU working time Directive, the Commission has launched the mandatory second stage of consultation with workers' and employers' representatives at EU level.