CELEX%3A52016PC0128%3AHU%3ATXT. Aeip%20position%20on%20enforcement%20final%20en. 10290. Magyarország nem támogatja a kiküldetési irányelvek módosítását. Magyarország nem támogatja az Európai Unió (EU) kiküldetési irányelvének módosítását, mivel az akadályozza a szolgáltatásnyújtás szabadságát, és kiszorítja a kelet- és közép-európai munkavállalókat az egységes belső piacról, közölte az NGM.
A kiküldetési irányelv módosításáról a holland elnökség kezdeményezett vitát azon az informális találkozón, amelyet az EU foglalkoztatási- és szociális ügyekért felelős miniszterei számára szerveztek április 19-20-án Amszterdamban. Kiküldetés: tizenegy tagállam tiltakozik az Európai Bizottság tervei ellen. Tizenegy tagállam, köztük Magyarország parlamentje is „sárga lapot” mutatott fel az Európai Bizottságnak a munkavállalók kiküldetéséről szóló irányelv-javaslata miatt – olvasható a Nemzetgazdasági Minisztérium közleményében.
Controversy over German minimum wage for international truck drivers – Q2 2015. The new German national statutory minimum wage for international truck drivers has caused considerable controversy.
Some Member States fear it will damage the competitiveness of companies sending drivers to destinations via Germany. However, it is important to find a balance between promoting the free movement of goods and ensuring appropriate protection for workers. Introduction International road transport is an important economic sector involving complex cross-border operations. Road transport accounts for 72% of all inland transport activity. A munkavállalók kiküldetéséről szóló irányelv felülvizsgálata – gyakran ismétlődő kérdések.
Strasbourg, 2016. március 8.
Az ún. „kiküldött” munkavállaló olyan munkavállaló, akit foglalkoztatója ideiglenesen másik tagállamba küldött egy bizonyos szolgáltatás elvégzésére. A munkavállalók szabad mozgása. Az uniós polgárokat megillető négy szabadság egyike a munkavállalók szabad mozgása.
Commission presents reform of the Posting of Workers Directive – towards a deeper and fairer European labour market. This revision translates a commitment of the Political Guidelines for this Commission to promote the principle that the same work at the same place should be remunerated in the same manner.
It was announced in the 2016 Commission Work Programme. The aim of this proposal is to facilitate the posting of workers within a climate of fair competition and respect for the rights of workers, who are employed in one Member State and sent to work temporarily in another by their employer. More specifically, the initiative aims at ensuring fair wage conditions and a level playing field between posting and local companies in the host country.
The Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, said: "I have said from day one of my mandate that we need to facilitate labour mobility, but that it needs to happen in a fair way. Posted workers. What is posting?
A "posted worker" is an employee who is sent by his employer to carry out a service in another EU Member State on a temporary basis. For example, a service provider may win a contract in another country and send his employees there to carry out the contract. Posted workers are different from EU mobile workers in that they remain in the host Member State temporarily and do not integrate in its labour market. On the contrary, EU mobile citizens who go to another Member State to seek work and are employed there, are entitled to equal treatment with nationals in access to employment, working conditions and all other social and tax conditions.
Policy Brief 2015.07 Berntsen Lillie. Posted workers reform: no panacea for trade unions / News. 11 March 2016 Posted workers reform: no panacea for trade unions European trade union organisations have reacted frostily to the proposal to reform the posted workers directive presented by the Commission on 9 March.
Notwithstanding the slogan ‘equal pay for equal work’ chosen by the Commission to promote the reform the trade unions consider that this principle will be hard to enforce and that the new text will not favour more effective efforts against the most extreme exploitative practices affecting posted workers. According to the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) the draft directive excludes sectoral collective agreements in some countries from its scope of application and all enterprise collective agreements. The upshot is that the principle of the same pay for the same work in the same workplace is likely to prove impossible to enforce everywhere. This concern is shared by Magdalena Bernaciak, an ETUI researcher, who recently published a working paper on ‘social dumping’. 14GermanLJ. European executive promises convergence on social rights – EurActiv.com.
The European Commission wants to establish minimum social rights as part of a package due to be unveiled in Spring 2016.
Paris and Berlin are exploring plans for a “social Eurogroup”, the French President said. EurActiv France reports. Kalfin: Expect long discussions over revision of Posted Workers directive – EurActiv.com. Long and lively discussions in between the member states, and between the member states and the European Parliament, are expected in light of the anticipated revision of the Posted Workers Directive, Ivailo Kalfin, Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria, told a small group of journalists in Brussels.
Kalfin, Bulgaria’s Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria for Demographic and Social Policies and Minister of Labor and Social Policy, was in Brussels on 23 October for a meeting with Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility Commissioner Marianne Thyssen. Hungary opposes proposed EU changes on seconded workers – EurActiv.com. Hungary opposes a European Union plan to equalise pay between seconded and local workers, as it would pose an “unacceptable competitive disadvantage” to Hungarian companies, a government spokesman said on today (11 April). Poland also rejects the proposed changes put forward by the EU executive and hopes to block them together with other poorer countries in the bloc, Polish diplomatic sources said last week.
The number of seconded or “posted” workers, employed in one EU state but temporarily sent to work in another, has jumped in recent years. There were some 1.9 million posted workers in the EU in 2014, the most recent data shows.