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Utstationering av arbetstagare

Faktablad om EU 16-05-2024

En utstationerad arbetstagare är en arbetstagare som är utsänd av sin arbetsgivare för att tillfälligt utföra en tjänst i en annan EU-medlemsstat. Etableringsfriheten och friheten att tillhandahålla tjänster är grundläggande friheter som fastställs i fördraget om Europeiska unionens funktionssätt (EUF-fördraget). Principen som gäller för utstationerade arbetstagare är ”lika lön för samma arbete på samma plats”.

Fri rörlighet för arbetstagare

Faktablad om EU 15-05-2024

Den fria rörligheten är en av EU-medborgarnas fyra friheter. Den omfattar arbetstagarnas rätt till rörlighet och vistelse, familjemedlemmars rätt till inresa och vistelse samt rätten att arbeta i en annan medlemsstat och att behandlas på samma villkor som medborgarna i den medlemsstaten. Begränsningar gäller för den offentliga sektorn. Europeiska arbetsmyndigheten är ett särskilt organ för den fria rörligheten för arbetstagare, däribland utstationerade arbetstagare.

Europe is experiencing a significant demographic shift, which greatly influences daily life and requires comprehensive, integrated responses. As EU citizens enjoy longer, healthier lifespans, it is imperative for all Union policies to be proactive and facilitate the transition from an ageing society to one that embraces longevity. The demography toolbox, devised by the European Commission, incorporates insights from across the EU and presents a holistic strategy to address demographic transformation ...

EU directive on platform work

Kort sammanfattning 16-04-2024

The Parliament is due tol vote on the agreement reached with the Council on a new directive that sets minimum standards to improve working conditions for people who work through digital labour platforms. It introduces the first-ever EU rules regulating algorithmic management in the workplace. The directive is the outcome of difficult negotiations and sends a signal to taxi and food delivery drivers and domestic workers that the EU is determined to set straight platforms' use of gig work, albeit with ...

European Works Councils (EWCs) are bodies that should guarantee employees the right to be consulted on important issues in large multinational companies active in multiple EU countries. The possibility to set up EWCs was introduced 30 years ago and the rules were revised in 2009. However, with limited rights to information and little influence, EWCs have been criticised for being ineffective, on account of unclear definitions, non-dissuasive sanctions and ineffective access to justice. In February ...

On 11 March 2024, employment and social affairs ministers from the EU Member States endorsed the agreement reached with the European Parliament in February 2024 on the platform work directive. The directive introduces the presumption of employment – to be applied following national rules – as well as the first EU rules to regulate algorithmic management in the workplace. Platform work is an umbrella concept covering a heterogeneous group of economic activities completed through a digital platform ...

The European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission proclaimed the European Pillar of Social Rights in 2017. Spelled out in 20 principles, the social pillar has since served as a compass towards building a stronger social Europe. In the related action plan, the Commission set out concrete initiatives and, after the Porto Social Summit of May 2021, EU lawmakers committed to headline targets for 2030 regarding employment, training, and poverty. Consequently, this legislative term has seen ...

This study focuses on EU Cohesion Policy in the nine outermost regions. It first outlines the geographic, climate, socio-economic, demographic and administrative characteristics of these regions and further analyses the vulnerabilities affecting their convergence processes. It pays particular attention to the implementation of EU Cohesion Policy and the use of place-based approaches to foster their economic growth. Finally, it reviews the importance of Article 349 of the TFEU and concludes with recommendations ...