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#Labour: Civilno društvo sudjeluje na neformalnom sastanku ministara za socijalna pitanja i zapošljavanje

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Lobo Xavier“Labour mobility is also sometimes associated with social and wage dumping, and the belief that mobile workers undertake ‘welfare tourism’. That is an unfounded belief, and all studies show that mobile workers go where the jobs are, not to exploit social and public services,” stated Gonçalo Lobo Xavier, EESC’s Vice-President for Communication, speaking at the European Council’s informal meeting of Ministers of social affairs and employment in Amsterdam today.

Održava pod nizozemskom predsjedanja Vijećem Europske unije, neformalno sastanku se razgovaralo o mobilnosti radne snage i raspoređivanju radnika, kao i Europsku Stup socijalna prava. Potpredsjednicu Europskog gospodarskog i socijalnog odbora, Skupština EU predstavlja organizirano civilno društvo, intervenirala pred nacionalnim ministara i drugih europskih političkih figura, uključujući nizozemski zamjenik premijera, Lodewijk Asscher, koji je predsjedavao sastankom i Marianne Thyssen, povjerenik Europske komisije za zapošljavanje, socijalna pitanja, vještine i mobilnost rada.

Lobo Xavier declared: “A distinction must be made between free movement of workers and the freedom for companies to provide services – this is where the posting of workers is very relevant. It is important to strike the right balance between the need to promote companies’ freedom and the need to protect the rights of posted workers. Our opinion ‘Pravednije mobilnost radne snage unutar EU-a‘ reflects this".

The EESC is concerned about the public perception and hostility that is shown in some member states towards labour mobility. The situation is far from the ‘mass movement’ referred to by some politicians. The figure 8.3 million mobile workers in the EU still only represents 3.4% of the entire European workforce. Moreover, mobile workers are sometimes more vulnerable to abuse and discrimination with respect to social security, working conditions and wages, access to social benefits and education.

To address these challenges, as well as difficulties in the countries of origin such as ‘brain drain’, skill shortages and aging populations, the EESC proposes policies to boost growth and productivity, create high-quality jobs and improve prospects in every member state. Workers, and especially young people, should be supported to develop their skills and to not remain in jobs for which they are over-qualified.

Odbor pridaje puno važnosti za izgradnju Europskog stup za socijalna prava i je pokrenula svoje mišljenje o tom pitanju. Što se tiče jednakih mogućnosti i pristup tržištu rada, njezina tri prijedloga su da poslodavci i radnici zajedno razvijati ne-diskriminacije i raznolikost politike na radnom mjestu, spol vezane segregacija kao suradnik u plaćama među spolovima od 16.4% treba rješavati, i rad -life bilanca trebala biti prioritet, a radnici imaju mogućnost odabira svoje radno vrijeme.

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