Pushing planned reforms to its labour market, Poland’s Europe Minister Konrad Szymański has warned the European Union risks alienating its central and eastern member states.
Last year, the European Commission tabled a new version of the so-called posted workers directive, which governs the terms under which people living in one EU state can be temporarily “posted” to work in another.
As reported by The Financial Times, the proposals would make it more difficult for companies to hire cheap ...
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