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    Not as simple as it should be? Why the judicial enforcement of posted workers’ rights needs improvement

Not as simple as it should be? Why the judicial enforcement of posted workers’ rights needs improvement

Companies based within the EU occasionally send their employees to work in other EU member states for limited periods of time – a process commonly termed ‘posting’. In principle, these workers are entitled under EU law to certain rights while working abroad, but in practice these rights are not always respected. Drawing on a new study, Magdalena Bernaciak and […]

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    Social summit preview: Can the European Pillar of Social Rights deliver on its promises?

Social summit preview: Can the European Pillar of Social Rights deliver on its promises?

A special ‘Social Summit’ is due to be held in Gothenburg on 17 November, where details of the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) are expected to be announced. Ahead of the summit, Zane Rasnača suggests a few ways in which the EPSR could move beyond soft law to become something more hard-hitting and effective.

The events surrounding the European Pillar […]

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    The European Pillar of Social Rights: What is being proposed and the challenges ahead

The European Pillar of Social Rights: What is being proposed and the challenges ahead

In spring 2016, the European Commission outlined some core principles for the creation of a new European Pillar of Social Rights. Zane Rasnača assesses what we know about the framework so far and some of the challenges that lie ahead in putting it into practice.

For those working on social policy and labour matters in the EU, the ‘European Pillar […]

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