Oliver Röpke, President of the EESC
Grupp tal-Ħaddiema (II) - Related Publications
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Based on the evaluation of previous research and other documents, stakeholder interviews and consultation as well as an online survey, this report drafts possible futures of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).
This book, in partnership with CFDT Cadres, is presented as a legal guide for better mastering AI in our immediate environment. If we are faced with facial recognition during recruitment, the use of our personal data without our knowledge, if we are monitored by software during teleworking, that we depend on the arbitrary decision of an algorithm during a promotion, or even in our training course in the company, this book can help us to ask the right questions and to act.
From the COVID-19 emergency measures to defend employment and health and safety in the workplaces, to a new strengthened system of Industrial relation
Best practice examples of social partner involvement in measures and initiatives aimed at palliating the socio-economic impact of the pandemic
This study examines major reform proposals of EU fiscal rules from an economic and legal perspective.
This research report has been produced in the context of a project entitled ‘The definition of worker in the platform economy’ (CES/FSA/09/2020), which was commissioned by the workers’ group of the European Economic and Social Committee. The report aims to contribute to the debates on platform workers’ risks and regulatory solutions.
An EU legal framework on safeguarding and strengthening workers’ information, consultation and participation
This study provides an overview of the current state of workers’ information, consultation and (board-level) participation in the European Union which are a key element of the Social Model as enshrined in the EU Treaties and a comprehensive body of secondary law.
The Macroeconomic Effects of Common Minimum Standards for Unemployment Benefit Schemes in EU member states
This study examines the impact on the automatic stabilisation properties of national unemployment benefit systems of a European policy initiative that would introduce minimum standards to those systems.
Platform work in the sector of long-term home care and its implications for workers' rights
This study looks at the state of gender balance in the European Economic and Social Committee, both at the political (members) and administrative (staff) level, and considers the main factors influencing the gender composition of the Committee.
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