On 21 March, the European Commission proposed an Enforcement Directive on Wednesday that intends to set more improve an earlier directive on the posting of workers abroad.
It aims to make the EU singe market more efficient by facilitating worker protection and fair competition, as recent findings suggest that minimum employment and working conditions are often not respected for the one million or so posted workers in the EU.
The Commission has put forward concrete, practical proposals...
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