European Semester: Recommendations for a coordinated response to the coronavirus pandemic
The Commission has proposed country-specific recommendations (CSRs) providing economic policy guidance to all EU Member States in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, focused on the most urgent challenges brought about by the pandemic and on relaunching sustainable growth.
Delivering the Social Pillar in cities
The European Commission, working closely with the Member States, is to draw up an action plan for implementing the European Pillar of Social Rights.
Commission presents first reflections on building a strong social Europe for just transitions
The Commission has presented a Communication on building a strong social Europe for just transitions.
Visit our online exhibition on social and employment realities in Europe
The Commission has prepared an online exhibition on social and employment realities in Europe, in partnership with major and upcoming European artists and in cooperation with Europeana.
The European Pillar of Social Rights – two years on
The European Pillar of Social Rights has grown out of infancy – on 17 November 2019, it will be two years that this compass towards better working and living conditions was proclaimed by EU institutions and leaders in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Who will live and work in the EU in 2060?
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis have launched a joint report on the future demographics of the EU.
#MySocialEurope photo competition: winners announced
The 3 main winners of #MySocialEurope photo competition were invited to the Young citizens’ dialogue in Sibiu, Romania and awarded an InterRail ticket to discover Europe. Commissioner Marianne Thyssen handed over the prizes at the event.
Commission works with the Western Balkans and Turkey to boost competitiveness, long-term growth and job creation
The European Commission published today its assessments of the Economic Reform Programmes (ERP) of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey.
High-level group publishes report on impact of digital transformation on EU labour markets
The high level group on the impact of digital transformation on EU labour markets has handed over its report to Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, and Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel, unveiling its list of recommendations.
Future of work: New OECD report presents recent policy responses to new forms of work
With co-funding of the European Union, the OECD developed a survey to summarise the responses of 44 countries, including all EU Member States into a report on policies taken in response to growing diversity in forms of employment.