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Exchange of views EURES

On 2 December Members had an exchange of views with stakeholders on the European network of Employment Services, workers' access to mobility services and the further integration of labour markets (EURES). Freedom of movement is one of the four fundamental freedoms of the EU and a core element of EU citizenship. Mobility generates social and economic benefits; increased intra-EU labour mobility will widen employment opportunities for workers and help employers fill job vacancies better and faster. The Commission proposal aims to enhance access of workers to intra-EU labour mobility support services, thus supporting fair mobility and increasing access to employment opportunities throughout the Union. The aim of this discussion was to hear the views of the different stakeholders on the proposal before the Rapporteur Heinz Becker (EPP, AT) submits his draft report to the committee in January.

 
Employment and social aspects of the TTIP

On 2 December EMPL and INTA Committees jointly organised a public hearing on the "Employment and social aspects of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership". The hearing focused on the impact of the TTIP on labour and social issues. EU Chief Negotiater Ignatio Garcia Bercero presented the state of play of negotiations, followed by an exchange of views with the ILO and the social partners.

 
Proposal for a directive on seafarers

An exchange of views with stakeholders took place during the meeting on 1 December. The relevant stakeholders were invited to reflect on the Commission’s legislative proposal, which aims to improve the rights of seafaring workers aboard vessels flying the flag of one of the 28 EU Member States by reviewing five directives from the scope of which seafarers have up to now been excluded. During the discussion the Commission presented the legislative proposal to the committee and the stakeholders informed Members about their views on the proposal. The discussion also served as a useful input for the Rapporteur Elisabeth Morin-Chartier (EPP, FR), who will present her draft report to the committee in January.
 

 
European Platform - cooperation in the prevention and deterrence of undeclared work

On 1 December the Rapporteur Georgi Pirinski (S&D, BG) presented his draft report on the Establishment of a European Platform to enhance cooperation in the prevention and deterrence of undeclared work to the EMPL committee. The Rapporteur draws attention to the complexity of the issue of undeclared work. Furthermore, he believes that the defining purpose and objective of the new European Platform should be to provide clear added value at EU level to efforts to not only prevent and deter undeclared work but, perhaps even more importantly, to regularize the jobs involved.
 

 
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Annual Growth Survey – exchange of views with Commissioners

The Annual Growth Survey (AGS) launches the European Semester process by setting out the broad EU economic priorities for the year to come. It is the first step in the annual cycle. The Annual Growth Survey feeds into national economic and budgetary decisions, which Member States set out in Stability and Convergence Programmes and National Reform Programmes in April. The presentation of the AGS at the joint meeting of ECON and EMPL committees provided Members the opportunity to discuss the related issues with Commissioners Valdis Dombrovskis, Pierre Moscovici and Marianne Thyssen.

 
EYE Hearings: Ideas for a better Europe

The European Youth Event 2014 (EYE2014) took place in the EP's seat in Strasbourg on 9-11 May 2014, serving as a forum to develop ideas and opinions on issues such as youth unemployment, the digital revolution, the future of the EU, sustainability and European values. It was attended by 6.000 young Europeans aged between 16 and 30 years. On 2 December 2014, key ideas developed during the EYE2014 were presented in the EMPL committee by EYE participants.
This discussion is part of the follow-up of the event, aiming to raise the awareness of European policy makers of the hopes and concerns of Europe´s youth.

 
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Bienvenue sur le site de la commission de l'emploi et des affaires sociales (EMPL), que je préside.
 
La commission EMPL est principalement compétente pour la politique de l'emploi et tous les aspects ayant trait à la politique sociale, aux conditions de travail, à la formation professionnelle et à la libre circulation des travailleurs et des retraités.
 
La commission EMPL compte 55 membres représentant les divers groupes politiques du Parlement européen. Le fonctionnement de la commission est assuré par le président, 4 vice‑présidentes et les coordinateurs nommés par les groupes politiques dans le but de coordonner les travaux de la commission avec les priorités de leur famille politique respective.
 
La commission EMPL collabore étroitement avec le Conseil, la Commission et d'autres institutions ainsi qu'avec des représentants de la société civile de manière à influer sur le cadre législatif et à la définir dans les domaines qui relèvent de sa compétence. Au cours de la présente législature, ces domaines couvrent une large gamme d'activités, telles que la lutte contre le chômage, notamment le chômage des jeunes, la lutte contre les emplois précaires, la lutte contre les situations abusives, telles que le travail non déclaré ou le contournement des lois conçues pour protéger les employés, ou l'amélioration de la réglementation relative à la santé et à la sécurité au travail.
 
Notre site est mis à jour régulièrement afin de vous informer des activités de notre commission. Vous pouvez également suivre nos réunions en ligne sur EPLive.
 
Je vous souhaite une agréable visite.
 
Thomas Händel