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A new study highlights challenges and working conditions of seasonal workers in the EU
According to a study published today by the European Commission about 650,000 to 850,000 EU citizens carry out seasonal work in another EU country. They face key challenges as access to social protection and adequate working conditions.
Mobility within EU increased in 2019, labour mobility report shows
The European Commission published today the Annual Report on Intra-EU Labour Mobility 2020.
EU-UK reach draft trade and cooperation agreement
On 24 December 2020, the European Union and the United Kingdom reached an agreement in principle on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
Coronavirus: European Commission calls for action in protecting seasonal workers
The European Commission presented today guidelines to ensure the protection of seasonal workers in the EU in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. It provides guidance to national authorities, labour inspectorates, and social partners to guarantee the rights, health and safety of seasonal workers, and to ensure that seasonal workers are aware of their rights.
Koronavīruss: Komisija sniedz praktiskus norādījumus, kā nodrošināt kritiski svarīgu darbinieku brīvu pārvietošanos
Šodien Komisija nākusi klajā ar jauniem praktiskiem ieteikumiem, kā ES robežās nodrošināt, ka darbavietā var nokļūt mobilie darba ņēmēji, jo īpaši tie, kas strādā koronavīrusa pandēmijas apkarošanai kritiski svarīgās profesijās.
Latest labour mobility report shows more Europeans than ever are living and working abroad
According to the Commission's 2019 annual Report on intra-EU Labour Mobility, there were 17.6 million EU-28 ‘movers' in 2018, of which 12.9 million persons were of working age (20-64 years).
European Labour Authority starts its work
The European Labour Authority starts its activities today with an inaugural ceremony and the first meeting of its Management Board.
Posted workers: Commission reports better enforcement
The Commission has adopted a report on the application and implementation of the Enforcement directive on posting of workers in the EU Member States.
Commission launches the recruitment for the newly established European Labour Authority
The European Commission has just launched the website of the European Labour Authority (ELA), as well as the recruitment of the staff for the new agency.
European Labour Authority ready to start working in October as decision is taken on new seat
EU Member States have decided that Bratislava will host the seat of the European Labour Authority (ELA), just ahead of the meeting of the Council on Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumers in which the Regulation establishing ELA will be formally adopted.