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Detașarea lucrătorilor

01-05-2018

Așa cum este prevăzut în Tratatul privind funcționarea Uniunii Europene, libertatea de stabilire și libertatea de a presta servicii garantează mobilitatea întreprinderilor și a profesioniștilor în UE. Cu toate acestea, pentru a asigura o mobilitate și o concurență echitabile, există, de asemenea, acte legislative specifice ale UE care reglementează drepturile lucrătorilor detașați.

Așa cum este prevăzut în Tratatul privind funcționarea Uniunii Europene, libertatea de stabilire și libertatea de a presta servicii garantează mobilitatea întreprinderilor și a profesioniștilor în UE. Cu toate acestea, pentru a asigura o mobilitate și o concurență echitabile, există, de asemenea, acte legislative specifice ale UE care reglementează drepturile lucrătorilor detașați.

The use of chip implants for workers

15-01-2018

This paper explains the technology of RFID chip implants; explores current applications, and considers legal, ethical, health, and security issues relating to their potential use in the workplace. The study was commissioned by Policy Department A for the Employment and Social Affairs Committee (EMPL).

This paper explains the technology of RFID chip implants; explores current applications, and considers legal, ethical, health, and security issues relating to their potential use in the workplace. The study was commissioned by Policy Department A for the Employment and Social Affairs Committee (EMPL).

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Richard Graveling, Thomas Winski, Ken Dixon

Posting of Workers Directive – Current Situation and Challenges

18-07-2016

This note, prepared by Policy Department A for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, summarises the background on the discussion of the posting of workers phenomenon, and introduces the focus and the key findings of the recent study "Posting of Workers Directive – Current Situation and Challenges". It then lists the key recommendations of the study to give the interested audience a quick overview on the main findings of the study.

This note, prepared by Policy Department A for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, summarises the background on the discussion of the posting of workers phenomenon, and introduces the focus and the key findings of the recent study "Posting of Workers Directive – Current Situation and Challenges". It then lists the key recommendations of the study to give the interested audience a quick overview on the main findings of the study.

The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: European Implementation Assessment

21-03-2016

This European Implementation Assessment aims to provide a detailed overview of a range of official reports and evaluations concerning the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) between 2007 and 2014, namely the Commission's Annual Reports from 2008 through to 2012 on the activities of the EGF, the Report from the Commission on the activities of the EGF in 2013 and 2014, the mid-term review of 2011 and the final ex-post evaluation of the EGF in 2015. For this exercise, the analysis also draws ...

This European Implementation Assessment aims to provide a detailed overview of a range of official reports and evaluations concerning the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) between 2007 and 2014, namely the Commission's Annual Reports from 2008 through to 2012 on the activities of the EGF, the Report from the Commission on the activities of the EGF in 2013 and 2014, the mid-term review of 2011 and the final ex-post evaluation of the EGF in 2015. For this exercise, the analysis also draws on the findings of a European Court of Auditors Special Report, on past EESC and CoR opinions on the EGF, as well as on European Parliament and Member State positions, and on a range of other information sources. This assessment aims to consolidate the main findings of previous evaluations, reports and positions into a presentation of the overall achievements and difficulties recorded with the EGF over the period under review, in order to identify areas for improvement in the activities selected for EGF funding and in the implementation and monitoring of the fund. What is most apparent is that while the fund has clearly benefitted workers being made redundant in large enterprises, particularly the most vulnerable groups, and especially in a select group of Member States, further improvements are needed to ensure that the fund is used across more sectors more evenly, to the greater benefit of SMEs, and also to promote entrepreneurship. Finally, this assessment identifies ways in which the application process and implementation phase could be made more efficient, and suggests various means to better focus monitoring and future evaluations of the EGF.

Proceedings of the Workshop on Evolution of Collective Bargaining in Troika Programme and Post-Programme Member States

21-03-2016

The European Parliament's Committee on Employment and Social Affairs requested a workshop on "Evolution of Collective Bargaining in Troika Programme and Post-Programme Member States", which was held in the European Parliament in Brussels on 18 February 2016. The workshop is connected to the EMPL Committee's ongoing work on monitoring the implementation of labour market and social reforms foreseen by the Memorandum of Understanding with Greece and its interest in following up the findings of the EP ...

The European Parliament's Committee on Employment and Social Affairs requested a workshop on "Evolution of Collective Bargaining in Troika Programme and Post-Programme Member States", which was held in the European Parliament in Brussels on 18 February 2016. The workshop is connected to the EMPL Committee's ongoing work on monitoring the implementation of labour market and social reforms foreseen by the Memorandum of Understanding with Greece and its interest in following up the findings of the EP resolution of 13 March 2014 on Employment and social aspects of the role and operations of the Troika; it is also connected to the European Commission's intention to relaunch social dialogue. The workshop presentations trace the development of collective bargaining in the last decades and have a look at the state of play of collective bargaining in Portugal, Romania, Ireland and Greece. This Policy Department A publication contains the programme, a summary of discussions, background papers and the presentations of the workshop.

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Ricardo RODRíGUEZ CONTRERAS, Maria DA PAZ CAMPOS LIMA, Aurora TRIF, Peter RIGNEY and Aristea KOUKIADAKI

Outlook for the European Council of 18-19 February 2016

15-02-2016

At the 18-19 February 2016 meeting of the European Council, EU Heads of State or Government will focus on two main issues: the renegotiation of the United Kingdom's membership of the EU and the migration crisis. With the aim of reaching an agreement at this European Council meeting, Heads of States or Government will discuss the proposal for a new settlement between the UK and the EU, put forward by European Council President Donald Tusk on 2 February 2016. Regarding the migration crisis, the European ...

At the 18-19 February 2016 meeting of the European Council, EU Heads of State or Government will focus on two main issues: the renegotiation of the United Kingdom's membership of the EU and the migration crisis. With the aim of reaching an agreement at this European Council meeting, Heads of States or Government will discuss the proposal for a new settlement between the UK and the EU, put forward by European Council President Donald Tusk on 2 February 2016. Regarding the migration crisis, the European Council will take stock of the implementation of its previous decisions. The EU leaders are also due to endorse recommendations for the euro area.

European Employment Service: Implementation Appraisal

23-06-2015

In 2014, 3.1 per cent (around 8.1 million) of the European labour force was economically active in another Member State. In Annex I to its annual Work Program 2015 (CWP 2015), the European Commission announced that in order to enhance a deeper and fairer internal market with a strengthened industrial base it will submit the Labour Mobility package. While aiming at supporting labour mobility, this package tackles three substantial issues: 1) A better coordination of social security systems, 2) A ...

In 2014, 3.1 per cent (around 8.1 million) of the European labour force was economically active in another Member State. In Annex I to its annual Work Program 2015 (CWP 2015), the European Commission announced that in order to enhance a deeper and fairer internal market with a strengthened industrial base it will submit the Labour Mobility package. While aiming at supporting labour mobility, this package tackles three substantial issues: 1) A better coordination of social security systems, 2) A review of the Posting of Workers Directive and 3) An enhanced EURES (European Employment Services). This implementation appraisal focuses on the third theme of the expected Labour Mobility Package - EURES. In particular, it concentrates on legal acts in the field of labour mobility connected with EURES, especially, Regulation 492/2011 and Commission Implementing Decision 2012/733. 'Implementation Appraisals' aim to provide a succinct overview of material publicly available on the implementation, application and effectiveness of an EU law to date - drawing on available inputs from, inter alia, the EU institutions and advisory committees, national parliaments, and relevant external consultation and outreach exercises. They are provided to assist parliamentary committees in their consideration of the new Commission proposal, once tabled.

Indicators for Measuring the Performance of the Single Market – Building the Single Market Pillar of the European Semester

08-09-2014

This study, prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO), analyses the possibility and challenges of defining a monitoring and evaluation system to measure the economic and regulatory performance of the Single Market, to be used in the context of the European Semester exercise. Based upon their research, the authors conclude that an integrated measurement system can be devised to perform this function, by combining different methodologies ...

This study, prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO), analyses the possibility and challenges of defining a monitoring and evaluation system to measure the economic and regulatory performance of the Single Market, to be used in the context of the European Semester exercise. Based upon their research, the authors conclude that an integrated measurement system can be devised to perform this function, by combining different methodologies, including composite indicators, sets of indicators, sectoral tools and qualitative assessments. With respect to regulatory indicators, it is relatively easier to design tools that could directly result in policy recommendations addressed to the EU institutions and Member States, possibly based on the ‘Single Market Gap’ composite indicator proposed in this study. With respect to economic indicators, additional care and qualitative assessment would need to be employed to extrapolate policy recommendations from any set of indicators.

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Jacques PELKMANS (Project Leader), Andrea RENDA, Cinzia ALCIDI, Giacomo LUCHETTA and Jacopo TIMINI (Centre for European Policy Studies)

Discrimination of Migrant Workers at the Workplace

15-04-2014

Non-discrimination is a prerequisite in order to effectively guarantee the right of free movement of workers. Although EU legislation is in place, statistics indicate that migrant workers (EU nationals and non-EU nationals) are being discriminated against in the EU labour market. This note, produced at the request of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, discusses the legal framework protecting migrant workers against discrimination. It presents a summary of the impact of the economic crisis ...

Non-discrimination is a prerequisite in order to effectively guarantee the right of free movement of workers. Although EU legislation is in place, statistics indicate that migrant workers (EU nationals and non-EU nationals) are being discriminated against in the EU labour market. This note, produced at the request of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, discusses the legal framework protecting migrant workers against discrimination. It presents a summary of the impact of the economic crisis on migrant employment. It takes a closer look at the types of discrimination foreign-born workers may face in the workplace before summarising current opinion as to whether action is warranted to prevent migrant employment discrimination in the EU, and providing some best-practice examples.

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Jacque MALLENDER (Matrix), Mirja GUTHEIL (Matrix), Aurélie HEETMAN (Matrix), Daniel GRIFFITHS (Matrix), Malin CARLBERG (Matrix) and Rachel MARANGOZOV (Institute for Employment Studies)

EU car industry

30-09-2013

This document aims to provide a picture of the EU car industry, in particular by looking at car production trends since 2000, at the number of enterprises and the turnover they generated in 2011, and at certain specific developments in the years 2008 to 2011. We learn that the sector employs more than 2 million persons. In 2011, despite the recovery being reflected in a 5% increase in 2011 EU aggregate turnover relative to that of 2008, enterprises manufacturing parts and accessories for motor vehicles ...

This document aims to provide a picture of the EU car industry, in particular by looking at car production trends since 2000, at the number of enterprises and the turnover they generated in 2011, and at certain specific developments in the years 2008 to 2011. We learn that the sector employs more than 2 million persons. In 2011, despite the recovery being reflected in a 5% increase in 2011 EU aggregate turnover relative to that of 2008, enterprises manufacturing parts and accessories for motor vehicles had returned to 2008 turnover levels in only 16 of 24 countries.

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