Coordination platform for the actors involved in the voluntary return to work process of persons with a health problem – Evaluation and propositions concerning the regulation relative to reintegration – Opinion No. 2,099
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Draft royal decree modifying article 19, § 2 of the National Social Security Office decree / Exemption of travel expenses from social security contributions / Mobility allowance – Opinion No. 2,094
Research Paper 12_Low Work Intensity Households and the Quality of Supportive Services: Detailed Research Report
This NESC Research paper is the detailed research to NESC report No.146 'Moving from Welfare to Work: Low Work Intensity Households and the Quality of Supportive Services'. It examines the experiences of low work intensity households and the services they interact with, through 92 interviews with households, service provider organisations, employers, senior officials in government departments and agencies, and national stakeholder organisations.
Low Work Intensity Households and the Quality of Supportive Services: Detailed Research Report
Evaluation of the specific joint and several liability regime regarding the payment of wages for the direct co-contractor in the construction sector, as provided for by the law of 11 December 2016 on the posting of workers – Opinion No. 2,088
Preliminary draft law containing various social provisions – Adaptation of the Social Penal Code regarding the Social Information and Research Service (SIRS-SIOD) – Opinion No. 2,089
Coordination platform for the actors involved in the voluntary return to work process of persons with a health problem – Preliminary draft law encouraging the social and professional reintegration of workers after a period of incapacity for work – Opinion
Harmonization of the status of blue-collar and white-collar workers – Supplementary pensions – Article 14/4, § 2 of the Supplementary Pensions Law – Evaluation – Report No. 110
Moving from Welfare to Work: Low Work Intensity Households and the Quality of Supportive Services (146)
Moving from Welfare to Work, finds that Ireland’s social welfare and employment support system, e.g. Intreo does reasonably well in supporting people into paid work, but there is a need to have a greater focus on the household. This means encouraging and supporting into jobs partners of people who are unemployed, lone parents, people with a disability and their carers who wish to enter employment.
Moving from Welfare to Work: Low Work Intensity Households and the Quality of Supportive Services
The Economic and Social Councils of the Member States of the European Union: the different models of dialogue
This study aims to outline the most significant features of the national economic and social councils of the Member States of the European Union in the light of the doctoral thesis defended by the author at the Catholic University of Murcia (Spain).
Guidelines for the 2018-2022 management contract of the Belgian National Railway Company (SNCB/NMBS) – Opinion No. 2,084 (Joint opinion of the National Labour Council and the Central Economic Council)
ILO – Submission to Parliament of the Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience Recommendation, 2017 (No. 205) (Adoption: Geneva, 106th ILC session, 16 June 2017) – Opinion No. 2,086
Urban Development Land, Housing and Infrastructure: Fixing Ireland's Broken System (145)
The State must drive the provision of housing and urban development. The Irish housing system is speculative, volatile and expensive. The urban land system is dysfunctional: land is not available in appropriate locations at a cost that will allow affordable housing to be provided. This is the message from the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) in this report.
Urban Development Land, Housing and Infrastructure: Fixing Ireland's Broken System
Secretariat Paper 14_International Approaches to Land Use, Housing and Urban Development
This NESC Secretariat paper on international approaches to housing, land use and urban development is one of two secretariat papers prepared in conjunction with a NESC report No.145 on 'Urban Development Land, Housing and Infrastructure: Fixing Ireland’s Broken System'. The other Secretariat paper (No.13) is on 'Land Value Capture and Urban Public Transport'.