Pareri i cui relatori, correlatori o relatori generali sono membri del gruppo Lavoratori

Pages

Displaying 121 - 130 of 671
Adottati on 19/09/2018
Riferimento: 
SOC/587-EESC-2018

This exploratory opinion was requested by the European Parliament to feed into a mission to Tallinn, Estonia, on "Digitalisation and the women's role", organised by the EP's Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) on 19-21 September 2018. The opinion looks into the digital gender gap in education system and the labour market. It analyses the reasons behind this phenomenon it and makes proposals on how to increase the participation of girls in STEM and ICT studies and boost the presence of women in the digital sector. It also looks into the pros and cons of digitalisation and its impact on women's life-work balance.

Parere del CESE: Digital gender gap (Exploratory opinion from the European Parliament)

Adottati on 19/09/2018
Riferimento: 
NAT/734-EESC-2018-02438

The Commission's initiative follows one of the recommendations of the Agricultural Markets Task Force that the EU should legislate in the areas of UTPs for agricultural products, and responds to some of the conclusions of the 2016 EESC opinion on "A fairer food supply chain".

Parere del CESE: Improving the food supply chain

Adottati on 11/07/2018
Riferimento: 
ECO/459-EESC-2018-01556-00-00-ac-tra-en

Parere del CESE: Taxation of profits of multinationals in the digital economy

Adottati on 11/07/2018
Riferimento: 
SOC/578-EESC-2018-01730-00-00-AC-TRA

The digitalised world of work will necessitate proper transition management – not only from the side of enterprises, but also from that of human capital.
On the one hand, enterprises have to identify and assess the new needs and draw up and implement plans for controlling the risks and reducing the costs of the transition; employees, on the other hand, should be provided with appropriate guidance and training, so that they can adapt to the new reality and be able to seize the opportunities offered and thrive.
Another aspect to be taken into consideration in the digitalised world of work is the use of data. Thanks to digital technologies and data, the evolution of trends is better understood and targeted support can be proposed to individuals; yet the use of these digital data should be regulated.
The opinion will build on the work already carried out by the Committee on the future of work.

Parere del CESE: EU concepts for transition management in a digitalised world of work – key input for an EU White Paper on the future of work (exploratory opinion requested by the Austrian Presidency)

Adottati on 11/07/2018
Riferimento: 
ECO/454-EESC-2018-01056-00-00-AC-TRA

The EESC supports the Commission's Fin Tech Action Plan and considers that the development of FinTech can deliver a number of benefits to both European businesses and their clients. Measures included in the action plan on improving cyber security and the resilience of the financial sector are important, but should be supplemented by rules to ensure uniformity in the development of FinTech in the EU. Similarly, the Committee believes that the level of regulation for FinTech should be equivalent to that in the financial sector.

The EESC calls on the Commission to identify possible rules for companies offering cloud services with regard to their responsibility for securing the data they host.

Parere del CESE: Financial Technology (FinTech) (communication)

Adottati on 23/05/2018
Riferimento: 
ECO/445-EESC-2017-05457-00-00-AC-TRA

The EESC welcomes the Commission’s proposals and recommends that they be swiftly adopted and implemented by the Member States. The Committee agrees with the Commission's proposal to allow Member States to use two reduced VAT rates and recommends that the Member States continue to apply reduced rates to certain classes of goods and services of general interest.

Parere del CESE: VAT reform package (II)

Adottati on 23/05/2018
Riferimento: 
SOC/572-EESC-2018-00300-00-01-AC-TRA

The EESC supports transparent and predictable working conditions for all workers, including in atypical employment, as a concrete step towards implementing the European Social Pillar. The definition of worker and employer should be clarified in the Commission's proposal and on-demand workers be guaranteed a minimum number of hours or pay. The EESC finds the provisions relating to minimum requirements relating to working conditions acceptable, but recommends clarification of certain aspects, recommending a strong role for social dialogue and that responsibility be left up to the national level.

Parere del CESE: Transparent and predictable working conditions

Adottati on 19/04/2018
Riferimento: 
TEN/657-EESC-2018
Sessione plenaria: 
534 - Apr 19, 2018

The European Economic and Social Committee welcomes the opportunity to provide an opinion on the Third report on State of the Energy Union by the European Commission, as it did before for the first and second reports. As expressed in previous opinions, the EESC strongly supports the idea of a European Energy Union and would like to stress that the Energy Union is not only relevant to sectoral policies such as energy, transport and climate but offers opportunities to make Europe more democratic, more cohesive, more competitive, and more just.

Parere del CESE: Third report on the State of the Energy Union

Adottati on 18/04/2018
Riferimento: 
ECO/446-EESC-2017-05489-00-00-ac-tra

The EESC appreciates the proposed roadmap for completing the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) but its support is not full and enthusiastic, since a number of social, political and economic issues, highlighted in our previous opinions, were not taken into consideration. The completion of the EMU requires first of all strong political commitment, efficient governance and better use of the available finances, in order to actually cope with both risk reduction and risk sharing among Member States. For these reasons the EESC underlines that the principles of responsibility and solidarity at EU level should go hand in hand.

Parere del CESE: Economic and monetary union package

Pages