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Posted workers

Date de l'événement: 17/03/2021

Posted workers

The European Parliament has been a driving force in legislating on freedom of movement of people and services. Since 2004, it has been raising the issue of the need to improve the Posting of Workers Directive (PWD).

During the negotiations on the revision of the PWD, Parliament specifically pushed for ‘equal pay for equal work’ and for Member States to be able to apply regional, sectoral or industry agreements. In addition, it sought to enable Member States, by means of a review clause, to place foreign undertakings under the same national obligations in the event of sub-contracting. It has also successfully brought about a two-year transposition and application period for the directive.

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Members of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) discuss on Impacts of EU rules on the free movements of workers and services: intra-EU labour mobility as a tool to match labour market needs and skills, in the EP in Brussels. Statement by Radan KANEV (EPP, BG), Rapporteur

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