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11-10-2021 - 19:10

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the President of the European Parliament has established a number of measures to contain the spread of the virus and to safeguard Parliament's core activities. The current precautionary measures do not affect work on legislative priorities.

Core activities are maintained to ensure the smooth running of the institution's legislative, budgetary, and scrutiny functions. The meetings allow for remote participation in a virtual environment.

Following these decisions, the next remote EMPL meeting will take place on:

Monday 25 October, 13:45 - 16:15 and 16:45 - 18:45, and Tuesday 26 October, 09:00 - 12:00 and 13:45 - 16:15, in room ANTALL 4Q2


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ELA poster
11-10-2021 - 19:02

At the EMPL Committee meeting on 11 October, Members exchanged views with the European Labour Authority in the framework of the joint week of action of the seasonal workers’ campaign 'Rights for all seasons'. ELA launched this campaign together with the European Commission, EURES, the European Platform tackling undeclared work, Member States and social partners to raise awareness on rights and obligations amongst seasonal workers and their employers.

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04-10-2021 - 11:31

The aim of this study is to provide the Members of the committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) with an analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on young people, providing updated information on their economic and social situation, with a focus on employment.

EMPL Committee meeting
30-09-2021 - 20:16

On 27 September, the EMPL Committee adopted the draft reports on employment and social policies of the euro area 2021, and on protecting workers from asbestos, as well as the draft opinion on the European Union’s general budget 2022.

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