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The first ever European Employment & Social Rights Forum attracted over 1200 participants
The European Employment and Social Rights Forum took place on 16-17 November in Brussels. This first edition of the event focused on how to achieve a fair and inclusive green transition for all. The Forum also celebrated the 5th anniversary of the European Pillar of Social Rights.
New report on minimum income published
On 17 October 2022, the Council of the EU endorsed the key conclusions of the first joint report of the Social Protection Committee (SPC) and the European Commission on minimum income.
Social Europe: More transparent and predictable working conditions for workers in EU
The directive provides better and modernised working rights and protection to all 182 million workers in Europe
Cooperating globally on employment and social matters: 16th High-Level Meeting between Commission and ILO
On 4-5 July 2022, the International Labour Office (permanent secretariat of the International Labour Organization, ILO) and the European Commission held their 16th High-Level Meeting in Brussels.
Commission welcomes Member States' targets for a more social Europe by 2030
At their meeting today, EU employment and social affairs ministers presented their national targets to deliver on the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan by 2030.
Commission welcomes Member States’ agreement on key initiatives driving a fair green and digital transition
EU employment and social affairs ministers adopted four Council Recommendations to drive a fair and inclusive green and digital transition at yesterday’s Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO).
Commission welcomes political agreement on adequate minimum wages for workers in the EU
The European Parliament and the EU Member States reached today a political agreement on the Directive on adequate minimum wages proposed by the Commission in October 2020.
Digital Competences Framework (DigComp 2.2) update published
The Commission has today published the latest update of the Digital Competences Framework (DigComp 2.2).
Commission launches call for evidence on minimum income
The European Commission has just published a call for evidence in the context of the preparation of the proposal for a Council Recommendation on adequate minimum income in the EU. All stakeholders can participate and send contributions until 1 April 2022.
Commission sets out strategy to promote decent work worldwide and prepares instrument for ban on forced labour products
Today, the Commission presents its Communication on Decent Work Worldwide that reaffirms the EU’s commitment to champion decent work both at home and around the world. The elimination of child labour and forced labour is at the heart of this endeavour.