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Posting of Workers

14 June 2018

EP plenary voted for state mandated protectionism – commentary from Stefan Schwarz

Stefan Schwarz – President of the Labour Mobility Initiative, the largest think tank in Europe dealing with labour mobility and services’ mobility on the European Union market: On 29 May, the European Parliament voted to revise the Posting of Workers’ Directive. This is a symbolic moment for the entire Europe. It is for the fact […]
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EP plenary voted for state mandated protectionism – commentary from Stefan Schwarz

Stefan Schwarz – President of the Labour Mobility Initiative, the largest think tank in Europe dealing with labour mobility and services’ mobility on the European Union market: On 29 May, the European Parliament voted to revise the Posting of Workers’ Directive. This is a symbolic moment for the entire Europe. It is for the fact […]

Posting of workers: disease or symptom? Speech by prof. Danny Pieters

Keynote Speaker of V ELMC: Prof. Danny Pieters During the V European Labour Mobility Congress we had the pleasure to host as our Special Guest, professor Danny Pieters of KU Leuven. As one of the greatest European experts on social systems, prof. Pieters presented a broad view of the key issues in the middle of this debate. Posting […]

Speech of Martina Dlabajová, MEP

MEP Martina Dlabajová (ALDE, the Czech Republic) couldn’t participate in this year’s edition of ELMC. However, she recorded a short speech adressed to all participants. The video has been displayed on the first day of the Congress.   Dlabajová summed up her work in the European Parliament and ongoing work on the revision of the directive […]

V European Labour Mobility Congress has come to an end!

After two extremely busy days the fith edition of the European Labour Mobility Congress is now over. The first day began with the speech of the President of the Labour Mobility Initiative, Stefan Schwarz. Next on the stage came representatives of science, politics, public administration and lawyers. Due to the sudden changes in the schedule, Commissioner […]

Deloitte webcast: international secondments. 7 steps you cannot skip when sending an employee to work abroad

A free online seminar, 22 November 2017, time 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. The labor law practically ignores the issue of international secondments. Employers do not know their obligations, nor are they aware of risks, threats or benefits related to employee migration. Join the free Deloitte webcast focused on the key aspects of international secondment […]

Registration for V ELMC is now open!

We are happy to announce that the registration for V ELMC is now open! Registration form for the biggest annual event in Europe dedicated to the posting of workers is available here. This year’s edition will take place on 20-21 November in ICE Kraków Congress Centre. Ministry of Economic Development is co-organizer of the event’s […]

Posting of workers: panel of experts on V ELMC.

V ELMC is entering the last phase of preparation and new details of the agenda are revealed every day. One of the panel discussions on the first day of the Congress will be dedicated to the revision of the directive on posting of workers. Leading politicians, social partners, analysts and senior public servants will present and discuss newest data […]

Posted workers in the EU: Marek Benio on changing the directive

Following the visit of French president Emmanuel Macron in Central Europe, media widely reported on the issue of posting workers. Here is a short list of comments from Marek Benio, Vice-Chair of the Labour Mobility Initiative given to the press. Benio for ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’: France wants to play us. In his interview to ‘GW’ Marek […]

Note! Change of dates of the V ELMC!

​ We would like to inform you about new date of V European Labour Mobility Congress. The event will be held in the Congress Centre ICE in Kraków on 20-21 November 2017. The reason of this change is unavailability of invited members of European Commision in previously planned dates due to the College of Commissioners, […]