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European Commission presents the European Pillar of Social Rights

26/04/2017

European Commission presents the European Pillar of Social Rights

The European Commission flanks the European Pillar of Social Rights with a number of further concrete legislative and non-legislative initiatives . The following topics/areas are covered: the work-life balance of working parents and carers, the...

Global Wage Report 2016/17 in short

ILO economist Rosalia Vazquez-Alvarez leads us through the report’s main findings looking at global wage trends, policy recommendations and new research on wage inequalities within enterprises.

Employment and Social Situation Quarterly indicates less long-term unemployed and more convergence between Member

Today, the Commission published its summer edition of the Employment and Social Situation Quarterly review (ESSQR).

Labour market information to support lifelong guidance

Experts from across the European Union met at Cedefop on 16 May to discuss how labour market information (LMI) can support career guidance.

Changing working conditions in Europe: Moving towards better work: Overview report of Eurofound

Eurofound is organising a joint conference with the European Parliament's Employment and Social Affairs Committee on 'Changing working conditions in Europe: Moving towards better work' on Thursday, 17 November 2016. Eurofound will present the overview report of the sixth European Working Conditions Survey (6th EWCS) at the European Parliament in Brussels. The survey will offer an...

Part-time work: A divided Europe

An increasing number of Europeans are working part-time. This can be a positive development if it means that people can choose more freely the balance between work and other pursuits – and between income and leisure – or if it brings employment opportunities to people who were previously excluded from the labour market: such as mothers, older workers, and students.

The changing meaning of ‘working age’

‘Working age’ is usually defined as 15 to 64 years. This definition is for example used for the ‘old-age dependency ratio’, with people aged 65 and over being labelled ‘dependent’.

The Commission presents reform of posting of workers – towards a fair and truly European Labour Market

Today the European Commission is presenting a targeted revision of the rules on posting of workers, as set out in the 2016 Commission work programme.

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