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Good Practice Awards presented at ELA conference in Bratislava today

The European Labour Authority presented today awards to four exemplary Good Practices. The Call for Good Practices in 2022 yielded 20 good practices in total. It focused in two fields: seasonal work and road transport. Four practices were awarded during a ceremony in connection with the ELA conference in Bratislava.

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Good Practice Awards were presented today at the ELA conference in Bratislava in two fields:

Seasonal Work awards were given to

  • Arbeit und Leben DGB/VHS Berlin-Brandenburg from Germany, for the good practice "Transnational governmental and nongovernmental cooperation to inform Moldovan seasonal workers in German agriculture”
  • EURES Slovakia, Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family, for the good practice “Cooperation in seasonal employment between Slovakia and the Netherlands”.

Road Transport awards were given to

  • Polish National Labour Inspectorate received an award for the good practice “The NLI’s communication and educational campaign “Drivers’ working time and road traffic accidents””


  • National Labour Inspectorate of Poland also received an award for the good practice “The NLI’s communication activities and advice for refugees from Ukraine taking up work in Poland”.

The other 16 selected practices will receive certificates of recognition and visibility by means of publication on ELA website Call for Good Practices 2022 | European Labour Authority (

The Call for Good Practices is a recurring initiative first launched by ELA in June 2022. The purpose of the Call is to exchange, disseminate and uptake good practices and knowledge collected by Member States and other stakeholders that operate at the national, regional or local level, including social security institutions, civil society and social partner organisations. Each annual Call has a specified deadline for submission of good practices. Each year there is a different set of priorities.

The findings from the calls are anticipated to contribute to the effective application and enforcement of EU labour mobility law within the EU, by encouraging good practice exchange, and their potential further application by Member States.

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