In regards to economic power, cost of labour, purchasing power and social security, Europe continues to see a shocking disparity between countries. Also those fearful of globalization and a change of the work market in the continent's more affluent countries makes way for mass unsettlement which fuels Euro-critical populists. The European Union wants to strive for social justice, good employment and educational opportunities and to position itself as a benchmark for social standards. But will this be enough to unite the continent and take the wind out of the sails of the EU’s opponents?
The European Commission, the Parliament and the Council reached an agreement on the establishment of an European Labour Authority.
6 days ago
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.
2 months ago
There had never been much doubt that in London's financial district female workers' salaries lagged behind those of their mostly male colleagues. Now this has been confirmed with data.
11 months ago
On the dockside in Brixham, a fishing port in southwest England, the fear is that Britain's departure from the EU may prove a false dawn for hopes of taking back control.
11 months ago
Fail to load posts. Try to refresh page.