employment policies

Posted workers: Commission reports better enforcement

“Enforcing rules on posting is essential to protect workers and for the smooth functioning of the single market. It’s very good news to see that all Member States now apply the rules and increasingly make use of the tools in place to improve cooperation across borders.”, said European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen.

Commission adopts proposal to prolong EU network of Public Employment Services until 2027

The European Commission has proposed to extend until 2027 the duration of the EU Decision establishing the Network of Public Employment Services (PES). This proposal builds upon the positive achievements of the Network and answers the needs and strong support of the Network stakeholders to continue this valuable cooperation beyond 2020.

New data show more than 14 million young people benefitted from Youth Guarantee

Youth unemployment has decreased in all Member States, including those worst affected like Greece, Italy and Spain. Rates of young people neither in employment education nor training (NEETs) have also decreased in most Member States. Since 2014, the Youth Guarantee has provided opportunities to more than 3.5 million young people each year. By end-2017, 2.4 million young people in the regions worst hit by youth unemployment had benefitted from direct support by the Youth Employment Initiative.

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