Work vs family: how some countries lead the way in flexible working

By |januar 31st, 2019|childcare, future of jobs, middle class, News, social europe, work-life balance|

Work pressures can impact on family life as many parents may feel unable to catch up with their family responsibilities because of work commitments. These pressures are particularly dramatic for new parents. Flexible working arrangements can help ease ...

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Tackling EU child poverty through Child Guarantee

By |maj 21st, 2018|Child Guarantee, child poverty, childcare, children's rights, Education, News, Youth Employment Initiative, Youth Guarantee|

Based on figures from 2016, nearly 26.4% of children across the EU are experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing, poverty or social exclusion. But the EU has one potential policy development to deal with this worrying trend, write Joanna Hofman and ...

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Estonian minister: The digital economy needs more social Europe

By |avgust 25th, 2017|childcare, Emmanuel Macron, European pillar of social rights, Jean-Claude Juncker, Jevgeni Ossinovski, labour market reform, labour mobility, News, parental leave, posted workers, Posted Workers Directive, social benefits, social dumping, social welfare, worker posting|

There needs to be an EU-wide solution to precarious app economy jobs, said Estonian Labour and Health Minister Jevgeni Ossinovski in an interview with EURACTIV.com.

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