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Opinion – Preventive restructuring frameworks, second chance and measures to increase the efficiency of restructuring, insolvency and discharge procedures – PE 601.220v05-00 – Committee on Employment and Social Affairs

OPINION on the proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on preventive restructuring frameworks, second chance and measures to increase the efficiency of restructuring, insolvency and discharge procedures and amending Directive 2012/30/EUCommittee on Employment and Social AffairsEdouard Martin Source : © European Union, 2017 –...

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Publications – Roll call votes : Voting results in INTA Committee 2017 – Committee on International Trade

Results of roll-call votes of 4 December 2017Results of roll-call votes of 23 November 2017Results of roll-call votes of 9 November 2017Results of roll-call votes of 12 October 2017Results of roll-call votes of 25 September 2017Results of roll-call votes of 30 August 2017Results of roll-call votes of 11 July 2017Results of roll-call votes of 20 June 2017Results of roll-call votes of 30 May 2017Results of roll-call votes of 4 May 2017Results of roll-call votes of 21 March 2017Results of roll-call votes of 28 February 2017Results of roll-call votes of 24 January 2017 Source : © European Union, 2017 –...

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Draft report – European Semester for economic policy coordination: Employment and Social Aspects in the Annual Growth Survey 2018 – PE 615.238v01-00 – Committee on Employment and Social Affairs

DRAFT REPORT on European Semester for economic policy coordination: Employment and Social Aspects in the Annual Growth Survey 2018Committee on Employment and Social AffairsKrzysztof Hetman Source : © European Union, 2017 –...

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Hearings – Health and Safety related to the new generation jobs – 07-11-2016 – Committee on Employment and Social Affairs

The main objective of the hearing has been be to discuss how technological and other developments in the labour market are creating new challenges for health and safety policy as well as to consider what responses might be appropriate. This is intended to cover employment sectors that have developed in recent years, including nanomaterials and biotechnologies, as well as the new ways of organising more traditional work that modern technology makes possible, including more flexibility regarding working times and location. In some cases, this may offer a better work-life balance; in others a greater risk of stress or burn-out....

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Hearings – Work-life balance and Gender Equality – 19-03-2014 – Committee on Employment and Social Affairs – Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality

Information     Draft programme     Registration form     PosterPresentations     Presentation Konstantina Davaki – Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science     Presentation Agnes Parent Thirion – Senior Programme Manager for working conditions, Eurofound     Presentation Isabell Welpe – Chair for Strategy and Organisation, Technische Universität München     Presentation Claudia Menne – Confederal Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation Source : © European Union, 2017 –...

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