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European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

EU job-search aid to go to redundant workers in Belgium, Germany and Poland

Some 3,000 workers made redundant in Belgium, Germany and Poland in 2013-2014 will receive EU aid worth €6.3million to help them find jobs, approved by Parliament on Tuesday. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid was approved also by the EU Council of Ministers on 9 March. Leer más

Information CommunicationsTechnologies

ICT sector in Europe accounts for 5% of employment, according to the European Commission

A new report, ´Birth, survival, growth and Death of ICT Companies - How are ICT companies faring in the European Union: a Macroeconomic Analysis,´ published this week by the Joint Research Centre (JCT) of the European Commission, makes an important contribution to understanding the state of innovation in the Union.The growing ICT sector in Europe only accounts for 5% of employment but it´s adding more new firms than other sectors and young firms are key to job creation. Leer más

"A new start for social dialogue"

High-Level Conference will bring together European and national employers and workers organizations

Today the European Commission will organise, in Brussels, a High-Level Conference bringing together leaders of European and national employers´ and workers´ organisations, Members of the European Parliament and representatives from the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the EU. The Conference, called "A new start for social dialogue", is an important step forward in strengthening and deepening dialogue with a broad cross-section of social partners Leer más

Global salary rises up compared to last year, according to a new studyEurozone recovering, emerging markets falter in 2015

Global salary rises up compared to last year, according to a new study

Latest data from global management consultancy Hay Group reveals that salaries are increasing at a faster rate than last year despite disappointing growth in several key emerging markets a study showed on Wednesday. Leer más

Eurostat

Euro area unemployment rate at 11.2%

The euro area seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 11.2% in January 2015, down from 11.3% in December 2014, and from 11.8% in January 2014. This is the lowest rate recorded in the euro area since April 2012. The EU28 unemployment rate was 9.8% in January 2015, down from 9.9% in December 2014 and from 10.6% in January 2014. These figures are published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. Leer más

National minimum wages in the EU: from €184 per month in Bulgaria to €1923 in LuxembourgEurostat

National minimum wages in the EU: from €184 per month in Bulgaria to €1923 in Luxembourg

As of 1st January 2015, out of the 28 Member States of the European Union (EU) had national minimum wages. They ranged from €184 per month in Bulgaria to €1 923 in Luxembourg. However, when adjusted for differences in purchasing power, the disparities between Member States are reduced from a ratio of 1 to 10 in euro to a ratio of 1 to 4 in purchasing power standards. Leer más

National minimum wages in the EUEurostat

National minimum wages in the EU

As of 1st January 2015, out of the 28 Member States of the European Union (EU) had national minimum wages. They ranged from €184 per month in Bulgaria to €1 923 in Luxembourg. However, when adjusted for differences in purchasing power, the disparities between Member States are reduced from a ratio of 1 to 10 in euro to a ratio of 1 to 4 in purchasing power standards. Leer más

Abusive clauses

Young immigrants moving to Germany get trapped in dismal jobs

Young people from struggling southern European countries are finding themselves trapped in jobs they accepted in Germany in order to escape the financial crisis back home. Many got job offers through recruitment agencies that showed them contracts in German they couldn´t understand or generic contracts that did not include the clauses about having to stay with the companies for years.  Leer más

European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

EU job-search aid for redundant workers in Belgium, Germany and Poland

3,000 workers made redundant in Belgium, Germany and Poland in 2013-2014 should receive EU aid worth €6.3million to help them find jobs, the Budgets Committee recommended on Thursday. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still has to be approved by Parliament as a whole and the Council of Ministers. Leer más

European Commission

€6 million from the Globalisation Fund to help over 2,500 workers in France

The European Commission has proposed to mobilise €6 million from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 2,513 former workers of Mory-Ducros in France to find new jobs. The proposal now goes to the European Parliament and the EU´s Council of Ministers for approval. The redundancies were spread across 84 sites in France. Leer más

Employment Initiative (YEI)

Debate on front-loading €1 billion for Youth Employment Initiative in 2015

The European Parliament debated the latest plan to make €1 billion in Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) funding available in 2015 with Commissioner Marianne Thyssen on Tuesday morning. A majority of speakers backed the idea of speeding up the delivery of funding for projects to fight youth unemployment, while also developing long-term solutions and introducing structural reforms. Leer más

World Employment and Social Outlook – Trends 2015

ILO warns that by 2019 212 mln people across globe will be jobless

The world´s youth unemployment rate may be "six or seven times" what the International Labor Organisation´s (ILO) latest figures state, according to a global youth advocacy group. Leer más

Winter Economic Forecast

Job creation accelerates but unemployment decreases slowly

The economies of all European Union Member States are expected to grow again this year, according to the European Commission´s winter forecast.. Growth this year is forecast to rise to 1.7% for the EU as a whole and to 1.3% for the euro area. As economic growth gains momentum, so will net job creation, which has accelerated over the course of last year from a low level. Leer más

Juncker Commission makes 1 billion euro available for the young unemployedYouth Employment Initiative (YEI)

Juncker Commission makes 1 billion euro available for the young unemployed

The European Commission proposes to make 1 billion euro from the Youth Employment Initiative available as early as this year. This change will increase by up to 30 times the pre-financing Member States receive to boost youth employment - reaching up to 650 000 young people and helping them get into work, faster. Leer más

From the Globalisation Fund

The European Commission proposes €8.7 million to help media workers in Greece

The European Commission has proposed to mobilise the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 1,633 workers made redundant in the media sectors (publishing, programming and broadcasting) in Attica (Greece). The funds requested by the Greek authorities, amounting to €8.7 million, will help the workers in their transition to new jobs. The proposals now go to the European Parliament and the EU´s Council of Ministers for approval. Leer más

International Labour Organization (ILO)

EU investment plan could create 2.1 mln jobs, according to the ILO

The European Commission´s 315 billion euro investment plan could create more than 2.1 million net new jobs, lowering the bloc´s jobless rate by 1 percent by 2018, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Wednesday. Leer más

Spanish system of unemployment protection

Unemployment subsidies only produce a negative effect on job seeking

Unemployment benefits do not discourage job seekers from returning to the workforce, according to a study carried out by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) that analyzes the Spanish system of unemployment protection from a legal and economic perspective. Leer más

Economically Active Population Survey

Spain sees some recovery in employment

Spain´s unemployment rate fell for the second straight year in 2014 to 23.7 per cent as an economic recovery gained pace, but remains at one of the highest levels in the European Union, official data showed Thursday. The number of jobless people reached the figure of 5,457,700 with an increase of 30,100 units. Leer más

Survey results

Building organizational capabilities has become a priority for companies according to McKinsey

Building organizational capabilities, such as leadership development or lean operations, is a top priority for most companies. However, many of them have not yet figured out how to do so effectively. The odds improve at companies where senior leaders are more involved. Leer más

Employment and Social Situation

The latest EU data shows a small but consistent growth in employment

The economic recovery which started in the EU in the spring of 2013 remains subdued and recent GDP forecasts for the EU have been revised down. However, despite the weak macroeconomic background, employment has shown a small but consistent growth in the EU since mid-2013, according to the latest Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review Leer más

Euro area unemployment rate at 11.5% Eurostat

Euro area unemployment rate at 11.5%

The euro area seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 11.5% in November 2014, stable compared with October 20144 , but down from 11.9% in November 2013. The EU28 unemployment rate was 10.0% in November 2014, down from 10.1% in October 2014 and from 10.7% in November 2013. These figures are published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. Leer más

Employees feel valued by the company

LinkedIn ranked the most empathetic company

LinkedIn has topped a business Empathy Index compiled by creative agency Lady Geek, listing the top 100 best-known companies on social media in order of how they treat customers and staff. Microsoft and Audi followed in similar fashion in second and third place respectively. Leer más

Youth Labor Law

Peruvian youth protest against the nesw labor law

Thousands of young Peruvian workers and students protested on December 18 against the new "Youth Labor Law" (YLL) of the nationalist government of President Ollanta Humala. Thousands more took to the streets on December 22. Leer más

Joint Employment Report 2015

Unemployment slowly decreasing, but poverty on the rise

The European Commission has released its Joint Employment Report (JER) alongside the 2015 Annual Growth Survey. The JER includes key indicators on the social performance of member states and is part of the European Semester exercise. Unemployment remains at high levels with 24.6 million unemployed in the EU. The employment rate of older workers is increasing, but half of older workers do not work. Poverty continues to increase in many countries, on top of already high levels of poverty. Leer más

Global Wage Report

European women better educated but less paid, according to the International Labour Organisation

Women in Europe may be better educated or work harder than men, but they are paid substantially less. Women in work in large parts of the world are better educated, more experienced and more productive than their male counterparts on average, but are still paid less, the International Labour Organisation said on Friday. Leer más
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