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Press Summary

the EESC proposes:


  • The EESC proposed to make sure that the relevant European and national legislation is fully implemented and enforced so as to reduce precarious work and the prevalence of the associated mental health problems;
  • to adopt specific legislation on preventing psychosocial risks at EU level;
  • to combat identified work-related psychosocial risks at the source.


Press Summary
  • The EESC considers the Social Imbalance Procedure (SIP) an opportunity to enhance the coordination of national efforts to improve their social governance and reduce social inequalities within a country and between Member States
  • underlines that the SIP should be integrated into the European Semester, throughout its different phases
  • calls on the Commission and the Member States to consider making existing rules for funds allocation (including the ESIF, RRF and others) more flexible.
Press Summary
  • The EESC welcomes the recommendation, especially the establishment of realistic and sufficient criteria for making minimum income available to all;
  • believes that minimum income schemes should be part of national strategies to combat poverty;
  • suggests that Member States should assess minimum income levels regularly and ensure that the minimum income is in line with inflation.