Katainen on Brexit: We have to take Spain’s concerns very seriously

By |november 23rd, 2018|Brexit, budget, Eurozone, Gibraltar, Growth, Innovation, Italy, jobs, Jyrki Katainen, News, Spain|

Member states share Spain's concerns over the future relationship with Gibraltar after Brexit, Vice-President of the European Commission for Jobs, Growth, Investment & Competitiveness Jyrki Katainen told EURACTIV.com in a long interview where he addressed all the pressing challenges the EU is currently facing.

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German coal commission member: If we don’t come up with a roadmap, it’ll be a disaster

By |september 18th, 2018|Climate Change, CO2 emissions, coal phase-out, Germany, jobs, News|

Ahead of Germany’s coal commission meeting on Tuesday (18 September), one of its members explained to EURACTIV what is behind the meaning of ‘structural economic change’, which the newly appointed institution has to deal with. 

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Unions and businesses urge EU countries to speed up Brexit negotiations

By |junij 27th, 2018|Brexit, business, jobs, News, Trade Unions, UK|

Trade unions and employers have joined forces to urge the EU and UK to speed up Brexit talks ahead of tomorrow's European Council summit. 

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Four megatrends and the future of work

By |junij 26th, 2018|digitalisaion, European social pillar, jobs, News, Trade Unions|

What will workplaces be like in the future? Will I still have a job that I am trained to do, that doesn’t bore or cripple me? When will I retire, and what sort of world will I be leaving for my children? These sorts of questions are preoccupying Europeans more and more, argues Steve Coulter.

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Luca Visentini: “Now independence goes together with no social protection”

By |junij 25th, 2018|digitalisation, European social pillar, jobs, Just transition, MFF, News, Trade Unions|

For too long, trade unions have failed to anticipate changes in an increasingly volatile labour market. It is time to take a proactive approach and protect workers’ rights, Luca Visentini, secretary-general of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

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Luca Visentini: “Now independence goes together with no social protection”

By |junij 25th, 2018|digitalisation, European social pillar, jobs, Just transition, MFF, News, Trade Unions|

For too long, trade unions have failed to anticipate changes in an increasingly volatile labour market. It is time to take a proactive approach and protect workers’ rights, Luca Visentini, secretary-general of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

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What freedom of movement means to business

By |februar 8th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, EEA, employment, jobs, News|

Although the question of European nationals in the UK has been addressed, the fate of UK nationals working in the EEA still remains unknown. It's a pressing topic for EU and UK businesses, writes Robert Glick.

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UK recruiters blame Brexit as staff shortage worsens

By |avgust 8th, 2017|Brexit, EU migrants, immigration, jobs, News|

A shortage of staff for British employers worsened in July, hurt by the departure of European Union workers after last year's Brexit vote, a group representing recruitment agencies said on Tuesday (8 August).

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‘Hostile Brexit’ would be lose-lose deal for jobs

By |april 26th, 2017|Brexit negotiations, employment, Hard Brexit, jobs, labour market, News|

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will seek a strong mandate for Brexit talks in the upcoming general election. The onus now falls on negotiators to ensure that ‘hard’ Brexit does not become a ‘hostile’ Brexit that results in mutually damaging job destruction, writes Iain Begg.

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Jobs hold fast in shadow of Brexit … for now

By |april 25th, 2017|Brexit, City of London, employment, financial services, jobs, News|

Britain’s labour market has so far been resilient, but salaries could fall as a result of increased competition after the country exits the EU.

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