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Rights for all seasons: European Labour Authority supports fair work for seasonal workers
Today, the European Labour Authority (ELA) launches the awareness-raising campaign ‘Rights for all seasons’, calling attention to the need to promote fair and safe working conditions for seasonal…
Getting to know ELA - a discussion with European capitals: Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg
Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg were next on the list of countries that ELA’s Executive Director, Cosmin Boiangiu, has visited as part of a series of meetings in EU capitals.
New internal structure of the European Labour Authority
The Authority’s new organigram fosters an integrated, collaborative, action-oriented approach.
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About 17 million European citizens currently live or work in another Member State – twice as many as a decade ago. The EU has developed a substantial body of legislation regulating different aspects of mobility, including free movement and posting of workers and social security coordination.