Return home or stay to earn a living far from your loved ones? That's the dilemma being thrown up for workers who rely on shuttling across frontiers in Central Europe now that the coronavirus pandemic has seen several countries shut their borders.
By Cécile Barbière|2018-05-30T10:43:45+00:00maj 30th, 2018|competition, cross-border workers, Élisabeth Morin-Chartier, free movement of workers, Muriel Penicaud, News, posted workers, Posted Workers Directive, social dumping, social europe|
After 27 months of negotiations, MEPs approved a revision of the posted workers directive, an issue which symbolises divisions between East and West in the EU. EURACTIV.fr reports.
By Erna Solberg|2017-11-17T09:52:06+00:00november 17th, 2017|cross-border crime, cross-border workers, Erna Solberg, free movement of workers, Labour abuses, labour law, labour market reform, News, Norway, Social Summit for Fair Jobs and Growth|
As the EU Social Summit for Fair Jobs and Growth opens in Gothenburg, Norway is inviting the European Union to strengthen cross-border collaboration to stop the networks that illegally exploit workers, distort competition and undermine social structures, writes Erna Solberg.