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Posting of Workers Directive

31-05-2018

Posting of workers plays an important role in the internal market, particularly in the cross-border provision of services. While the number of posted workers continues to increase significantly, problems such as unfair practices and unequal remuneration persist. In addition, the correct balance between the freedom to provide cross-border services and the social rights of workers is needed, and moreover, needs to be adapted to today’s labour market situation. The targeted revision of the Posting of ...

Posting of workers plays an important role in the internal market, particularly in the cross-border provision of services. While the number of posted workers continues to increase significantly, problems such as unfair practices and unequal remuneration persist. In addition, the correct balance between the freedom to provide cross-border services and the social rights of workers is needed, and moreover, needs to be adapted to today’s labour market situation. The targeted revision of the Posting of Workers Directive (96/71/EC) proposed by the Commission intended to bring changes in three main areas: the remuneration of posted workers (making it equal to that of local workers, even when subcontracting), more coherent rules on temporary agency workers, as well as long-term posting. The provisional agreement reached in trilogue negotiations states that long-term posting (with labour law provisions of the host country to be applied) starts after 12 months (with a possible extension of six months). The overall amount of remuneration received by a posted worker must meet the level of remuneration in the host Member State (without the reimbursement of the worker’s expenses) which must be published on a single national website. Host Member States can accord to posted workers the coverage of representative collective agreements in all sectors, and they must protect them against fraudulent posting. Fifth edition. The ‘EU Legislation in Progress’ briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure.

Révision de la directive sur le détachement des travailleurs

02-06-2016

D'une manière générale, la Commission s'est efforcée de fournir des informations de façon aussi claire et transparente que possible dans l'analyse d'impact en s'appuyant sur une expertise externe et une large consultation. Néanmoins, la disponibilité limitée des données suggère que les preuves qualitatives et quantitatives utilisées pour étayer la définition du problème et l'analyse des incidences pourraient nécessiter un examen plus approfondi. En outre, l'analyse d'impact aurait bénéficié d'une ...

D'une manière générale, la Commission s'est efforcée de fournir des informations de façon aussi claire et transparente que possible dans l'analyse d'impact en s'appuyant sur une expertise externe et une large consultation. Néanmoins, la disponibilité limitée des données suggère que les preuves qualitatives et quantitatives utilisées pour étayer la définition du problème et l'analyse des incidences pourraient nécessiter un examen plus approfondi. En outre, l'analyse d'impact aurait bénéficié d'une explication plus claire sur l'interaction avec la directive d'exécution et l'incidence sur cette dernière. Enfin, l'analyse d'impact aurait pu expliquer pour quels motifs l'action de l'Union est nécessaire pour résoudre les nouveaux problèmes et pourquoi l'option 1 a été écartée en dépit de la large adhésion dont elle bénéficiait auprès des parties prenantes.

The Future of Work: Digitalisation in the US Labour Market

30-03-2016

This set of briefings, commissioned by Policy Department A for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL), provides background information on the US labour and social security systems compared to European practice, and cover the effect of digitalisation on job creation and job losses in the US; the skills required for the jobs of the future; and changing working conditions in the US and particularly in Silicon Valley.

This set of briefings, commissioned by Policy Department A for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL), provides background information on the US labour and social security systems compared to European practice, and cover the effect of digitalisation on job creation and job losses in the US; the skills required for the jobs of the future; and changing working conditions in the US and particularly in Silicon Valley.

Auteur externe

Daphné Valsamis and An De Coen, Valentijn Vanoeteren (IDEA Consult)

Comparaison des revenus des agriculteurs dans les États membres de l'Union

15-06-2015

Différentes comparaisons relatives aux revenus des agriculteurs sont réalisées en gardant à l'esprit les principaux objectifs déclarés de la PAC. Des sources de données officielles de l'Union sont utilisées pour décrire les différences de revenus entre exploitations de différentes tailles et de divers types, ainsi qu'entre les États membres. Les comparaisons entre les revenus des ménages agricoles et ceux des autres groupes de la société doivent prendre appui sur des informations ad hoc. Les recommandations ...

Différentes comparaisons relatives aux revenus des agriculteurs sont réalisées en gardant à l'esprit les principaux objectifs déclarés de la PAC. Des sources de données officielles de l'Union sont utilisées pour décrire les différences de revenus entre exploitations de différentes tailles et de divers types, ainsi qu'entre les États membres. Les comparaisons entre les revenus des ménages agricoles et ceux des autres groupes de la société doivent prendre appui sur des informations ad hoc. Les recommandations formulées ont trait au soutien à apporter aux petites exploitations, ainsi qu'aux mesures à prendre pour atténuer l'instabilité et combler l'important déficit d'information dans le domaine des revenus des ménages agricoles.

Auteur externe

Berkeley Hill (University of London, the UK) and B. Dylan Bradley (Agra CEAS Consulting, the UK)

Corporate governance: long-term shareholder engagement: Initial Appraisal of a European Commission Impact Assessment

13-04-2015

This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment (IA) accompanying the proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive 2007/36/EC as regards the encouragement of long-term shareholder engagement, a Directive 2013/34/EU as regards certain elements of the corporate governance statement (COM (2014) 213),and a Commission Recommendation on the quality of corporate governance reporting ...

This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment (IA) accompanying the proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive 2007/36/EC as regards the encouragement of long-term shareholder engagement, a Directive 2013/34/EU as regards certain elements of the corporate governance statement (COM (2014) 213),and a Commission Recommendation on the quality of corporate governance reporting ('comply or explain') (C(2014) 2165) This note, prepared by the Ex-Ante Impact Assessment Unit for the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) of the European Parliament, analyses whether the principal criteria laid down in the Commission’s own Impact Assessment Guidelines, as well as additional factors identified by the Parliament in its Impact Assessment Handbook, appear to be met by the IA. It does not attempt to deal with the substance of the proposal.

Banking Rescue Measures in EU Member States - Compilation of Briefing Papers

15-01-2009

Compilation of briefing papers analyzing "Banking Rescue Measures" in EU Member States by ECON's panel of financial services experts.

Compilation of briefing papers analyzing "Banking Rescue Measures" in EU Member States by ECON's panel of financial services experts.

Auteur externe

Didier Davydoff ; Christos Vl. Gortsos ; Hungarian Institute for Training of Bankers ; Marco Lamandini ; Richard Pratt ; Anne Sibert ; Jane Welch

Women in Low-Skill Work

24-05-2007

This study, focusing on the Czech Republic, Germany and the UK, provides a description as well as a quantified analysis of the occupational cluster of low-skill work from a gender perspective and presents best practices in the various national contexts and sectors that have helped to increase the positive perception of low-skill work, as well as its social and economic recognition.

This study, focusing on the Czech Republic, Germany and the UK, provides a description as well as a quantified analysis of the occupational cluster of low-skill work from a gender perspective and presents best practices in the various national contexts and sectors that have helped to increase the positive perception of low-skill work, as well as its social and economic recognition.

Auteur externe

Bettina Hieming, Karen Jaehrling, Thorsten Kalina and Claudia Weinkopf (Institut Arbeit und Qualifikation - IAQ at Universität Duisburg-Essen) ; in collaboration with Damian Grimshaw, Jill Rubery and Nirit Schimron (European Work and Employment Research Centre - EWERC at the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester) and Oleksandr Stupnytskyy (Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs - RILSA, Prague)

Parliamentary Assistants in the Member States of the EU

15-11-1996

This study gives a range of information on the payment of assistants or aides to members of parliament, the nature of their contract and status, the conditions of recruitment, the tasks to be undertaken and the cessation of work. A synoptic table allows a comparison of the situation in the various EU Member States.

This study gives a range of information on the payment of assistants or aides to members of parliament, the nature of their contract and status, the conditions of recruitment, the tasks to be undertaken and the cessation of work. A synoptic table allows a comparison of the situation in the various EU Member States.

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