The European Labour Authority (ELA) supported inspections of working and living conditions of mostly Romanian workers employed in the meat industry in the Netherlands. More than 100 officers from Germany, the Netherlands and Romania were involved. Unworthy workers’ housings conditions across the border in Germany were discovered where 42 workers’ accommodations were checked and their 150 tenants interviewed.
The European Labour Authority (ELA) and the European Commission organised an online training session dedicated to the road transport sector on Monday 14 November 2022 to support socially responsible, fairer, and more efficient road transport practices in the EU. The training focused on promoting the new rules and obligations introduced by the Mobility Package I in relation to return of the vehicle, regular weekly rest outside of the cabin and classification of infringements.
The 11th Management Board adopted ELA's priorities for the next year, with a focus on the construction sector in 2023. Tom Bevers and Agniezska Woloszyn re-elected as chair and deputy chair respectively of the ELA’s Management Board.
European Labour Authority (ELA) coordinated its third action week this year, between 10 - 14 October, in the road transport sector. In total 263 vehicles were checked in Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Romania and Slovakia.
The European Labour Authority held a multinational event promoted by Slovakia in ELA’s headquarters dedicated to the posting of workers, particularly the posting of third country nationals with the Slovak neighbouring countries and Baltic states.
European Labour Authority, ELA, launches today an information and awareness raising campaign #Road2FairTransport, which will run intensively in the following weeks and continue until the end of the year in all EU Member States and in multiple languages.
The EU Talent Pool Pilot Initiative is an online job-searching tool in the EURES portal for people fleeing the war in Ukraine, looking for work in the EU and benefiting from temporary protection. Through the Talent Pool Pilot, they can access over 3 million job vacancies and 4,000 potential employers.