#EUelections2019 - Employment
Data tal-avveniment: 24/04/2019
Parliament wants all workers to benefit from minimum rights on working conditions, including those on non-traditional contracts.
On 16th April 2019 MEPs approved minimum rights for workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs, like with Uber or Deliveroo. The new rules include: minimum rights agreed for workers in casual or short-term employment; working conditions that must be made clear to workers on their first day on the job, and probationary periods that may not be longer than six months.
How is the EU fighting youth unemployment? With more than 26 million Europeans out of work, unemployment is one of the biggest issues that Europe is facing today.
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MEPs debate endorsing minimum rights for workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs, such as Uber or Deliveroo
MEPs debate the minimum income schemes in the EU
MEPs debate the European Youth Initiative