|Statement||by Catherine Barnard, Jon Clark, Roy Lewis.|
|Series||ED research series -- no.49, Research Series / Employment Department -- no.49|
|Contributions||Clark, Jon, 1949-, Lewis, Roy, 1913-, Great Britain. Employment Department Group. Research Strategy Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
In the Resolution of the Council and of the Ministers for Employment and Social Policy, meeting within the Council, of 29 June on the balanced participation of women and men in family and working life (14), Member States were encouraged to consider examining the scope for their respective legal systems to grant working men an individual. (29) This Directive should not affect the provisions, where these are more specific, of Council Directive 98/59/EC of 20 July on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to collective redundancies(5) and of Council Directive /23/EC of 12 March on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees' rights in the event of transfers of . Introduction: the ‘British problem’ The United Kingdom occupies a singular position in EU labour law: over the last twenty-eight of its thirty-five years (80 per cent) as a Member State of the EU, British governments have provided the most consistent and effective opposition to the extension of rights for workers and trade unions in EU : Brian Bercusson. 1. Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in the EU: a matter of human and fundamental rights. This chapter explores the interrelationship between the human and fundamental rights framework and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the global Agenda in the context of Member States’ and the EU’s internal policies.
- the company’s rights and obligations – deriving from legislation, accepted practice and individual employment contracts or employment relationships – in respect of working conditions in the home Member State, as well as the activities of the bodies representing workers, should continue to apply during the transfer of the seat and. Four main fields of EU regulation of labour rights include (1) individual labour rights, (2) anti-discrimination regulations, (3) rights to information, consultation, and participation at work, and (4) rights to job security. In virtually all cases, the EU follows the principle that member states can always create rights more beneficial to workers. EC Treaty establishing the European Community ECJ European Court of Justice certain rights which are directly applicable and enforceable by Community and national “although direct taxation falls within their competence, the Member States must none the less exercise that competence consistently with Community law1 In ”. particular. of the European Commission, under the European Community Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity, PROGRESS. The information contained in this publication does not necessarily reﬂ ect the views or opinion of the European Commission. Autism-Europe Rue Monto B, Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32 2 75 05 Fax: +32 2 72
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