Romanian workers are in high demand as farms and home care firms in western Europe clamour for help from the east, even with borders closed because of the coronavirus pandemic
Furloughed because of the pandemic, airline and hotel employees in Sweden are retraining to work as hospital and nursing home assistants as the country's death toll exceeds 1,200
Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has been propelled into a position of power over Brexit but needs to walk a tightrope in dealing with the government, analysts say.
The European Commission, the Parliament and the Council reached an agreement on the establishment of an European Labour Authority.
The European member states agree to establish an European Labour Authority aimed at helping employees and employers to deal with complex aspects of cross-border labour mobility.
Germany's powerful IG Metall union have agreed with bosses on a new right to switch temporarily to a 28-hour week. Could the example be echoed across Europe?
Almost one million employees with Germany's powerful metalworking union IG Metall have won higher pay and the right to a reduced working week in an agreement with employers.
The minimum wage was once trumpeted as a key pillar in the construction of a social Europe. But opponents say the policy acts as a drag on competitiveness.