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  • 22/12/2011

    FMW Online journal of free movement of workers No 3

    FMW, the online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union, is a twice-yearly publication coordinated by the network of experts on free movement of workers, through a Board of Advisors, under the supervision of the European Commission. Its aim is to develop academic interest and stimulate debate on this fundamental area of European law. In this third issue, past judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union are at the heart of the authors' analysis. In the first contribution Koen Lenaerts, judge at the Court of Justice, explores how the Court has determined the existence of a cross-border element in the light of recent cases such as Rottmann, Ruiz Zambrano, and McCarthy. The second contribution by Camelia Toader, judge at the Court of Justice, together with her Legal Secretary Andrei Florea, points out certain key aspects pertaining to the development of the free movement of workers. The third contribution by Diane Roland, Senior Lecturer at Lincoln Law School, questions the coherency and consistency of interpretation of some recent cases of the Court in the field of freedom of movement of workers and education. If you are interested in contributing to the Journal, please contact us at: empl-freemovement@ec.europa.eu. This online Journal is available in English only.

  • 03/08/2011

    FMW - Online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union No 2

    FMW, the online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union, is a twice-yearly publication coordinated by the network of experts on free movement of workers, through a Board of Advisors, under the supervision of the European Commission. Its aim is to develop academic interest and stimulate debate on this fundamental area of European law. In this second issue, we turn to two issues of central concern to EU workers who are using their free movement rights: the right to employment in a host Member State’s public sector for EU workers and the right to family life with family members in the host state.If you are interested in contributing to the Journal, please contact us at: empl-freemovement@ec.europa.eu. This online Journal is available in English only.

  • 24/01/2011

    Quand pouvez-vous commencer ? Guide pratique du recrutement en Europe

    Le marché du travail européen aura un certain nombre de défis à relever dans les années qui viennent. Pour bien se préparer aux changements qui s’annoncent, les employeurs devront sans doute chercher dans d’autres pays d’Europe l’éventail des compétences et des qualifications dont ils auront besoin. La présente publication est un guide pratique du recrutement en Europe, à l’intention des employeurs de tous secteurs et de toutes tailles. Cette publication est disponible en version imprimée dans toutes les langues officielles de l’Union européenne.

  • 09/12/2010

    Trois outils pour faciliter l'adéquation en ligne entre l'offre et la demande en matière d'emploi à travers l'Europe - ESCO, EURES, Match & Map

    Les outils en ligne ESCO, Match & Map et la version améliorée du portail EURES ont été conçus dans le but d’améliorer et de faciliter l’adéquation des compétences et de renforcer l’efficacité des demandeurs d’emploi dans la recherche de postes vacants et celle des employeurs dans la recherche de candidats. Cette publication sert d’introduction aux trois outils d’adéquation développés par la Commission européenne. Elle est disponible en version imprimée en allemand, en anglais et en français.

  • 22/11/2010

    FMW - Online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union

    FMW, the online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union, is a twice-yearly publication coordinated by the network of experts on free movement of workers, through a Board of Advisors, under the supervision of the European Commission.Its aim is to develop academic interest and stimulate debate on this fundamental area of European law. In this first issue, lawyer and author Esther Weizsäcker contributes to the debate on possible changes in the regulatory framework for the recognition of professional qualifications. Professor Kees Groenendijk addresses the issue of equal treatment of workers and the remedies available to enforce their rights. Finally, Professor Catherine Barnard discusses the consequences of the Commission v Luxembourg case on the posting of workers in the UK. If you are interested in contributing to the Journal, please contact us at: empl-freemovement@ec.europa.eu. This online Journal is available in English only.