The European Commission published last week its assessment of what the four candidates offered for hosting the newly formed European Labour Agency. Now the ball is in the member states’ court and their decision will be known on 13 June. EURACTIV looked into the offers.
The European Parliament and member states have reached an agreement to set up a new European Labour Authority (ELA) to protect workers’ rights and launch cross-border investigations in case of potential abuses.
EU social security coordination will make it easier for EU citizens looking for work to seek employment in another member state. EURACTIV France reports.
By Catherine Stupp|2018-03-13T19:37:02+00:00marec 13th, 2018|European Labour Authority, Jean-Claude Juncker, labour law, labour market reform, labour migration, labour mobility, Marianne Thyssen, News, posted workers, Posted Workers Directive, worker posting|
The European Commission wants to set up a new EU agency to oversee cross-border labour disputes and manage the growing number of people who travel within the bloc for work. The agency would receive a budget of €50 million and open before the current Commission’s term ends next year.
By Claire Guyot|2018-03-09T06:46:59+00:00marec 9th, 2018|European Commission, European Labour Authority, European Parliament, European pillar of social rights, Jean-Claude Juncker, News, sectoral dialogue, social dialogue, social europe, social rights, Trade Unions|
Criticised for its lack of action on the social dialogue, the European Commission could reverse the trend this year with a “Fairness Pack” in mid-March that will include the creation of a European Labour Authority. EURACTIV.fr reports.
By Denis Pennel|2018-01-10T06:23:15+00:00januar 10th, 2018|European Labour Authority, European pillar of social rights, European social pillar, Gothenburg, labour market, labour market reform, News, social innovation|
Futureproof labour markets must embed social innovation, writes Denis Pennel.