European cooperation to tackle undeclared work

26-01-2016

Undeclared work affects both the individual – with less favourable health, social and working conditions – and society, through unfair competition, and implications for budgets and social security systems. On 9 April 2014, the European Commission proposed the creation of a European Platform against undeclared work, tasked with supporting and coordinating the Member States' efforts in preventing, deterring and fighting undeclared work.

Undeclared work affects both the individual – with less favourable health, social and working conditions – and society, through unfair competition, and implications for budgets and social security systems. On 9 April 2014, the European Commission proposed the creation of a European Platform against undeclared work, tasked with supporting and coordinating the Member States' efforts in preventing, deterring and fighting undeclared work.