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Essential but unprotected: highly mobile workers in the EU during the Covid-19 pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that highly mobile workers who frequently move either within or in and out of the European Union (EU) are irreplaceable during a public health crisis. Nevertheless, they often remain the least protected and most vulnerable. Measures introduced to protect workers in standard employment relationships during a public... Find out more

Posting of workers before national courts

Intra-EU employee posting remains a politically and legally contentious matter that continues to feature on the agendas of lawmakers, trade unions and researchers alike. Numerous cases brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), as well as recent and ongoing revisions of the posting-related EU legal framework, suggest that... Find out more

Reimbursement rules for posted workers: mapping national law in the EU28

This background analysis surveys how, and for which groups of workers, European Union member states regulate reimbursement of travel, board and lodging costs. The report provides an overview of national and EU law and analyses how these costs are regulated in relation to the worker’s salary. It also offers an analysis of the existing legal... Find out more

Strengthening the EU’s social dimension: using the EMU to make the most out of the Social Pillar

This policy brief examines how the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) can be used to strengthen the social dimension of the EU. For the EPSR to matter, the relevant actors should strongly commit themselves to its principles, ideally through a legally binding mechanism. Starting from the premise that achieving consensus for committing to some... Find out more