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#EU4FairWork competition for workers and employers now open!
Would you like to win great prizes? From 10 June to 21 August, you’ll get your chance by participating in the competition!
If you’re a worker, submit a photo or video clip of up to 90 seconds sharing your experiences and the benefits of working declared, along with a short description. Include the campaign slogan ‘Earn. Declare. Benefit’ and the hashtag #EU4FairWork in a creative way. You could win a tablet, a camera and much more! To enter the competition, discover all the prizes and see some tips on how to make your contribution unique, visit here.
If you’re an employer, submit either an image or video of up to 90 seconds representing the importance of declared work for your business, along with a short description. Include the campaign slogan ‘Fair Work, Fair Play’ and the hashtag #EU4FairWork in a creative way. You could win a corporate video, a training voucher and much more! To enter the competition, discover all the prizes and see some tips on how to make your contribution unique, visit here.
The lucky winners will be announced during the week of 7 September 2020.
The competition is run in the context of the first European campaign for declared work implemented by the European Platform tackling undeclared work with the participation of ELA from March to October 2020. Would you like to know more about other activities? Visit the campaign webpage here.
Help to spread the message that declared work pays off and good luck!
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