Month: May 2020

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

Wage settlement in the Nordic countries is based on sensitive compromises and negotiations between employers and employees with very little intervention from politicians.

Protecting health and data privacy

We must not fall in the trap of pitching privacy vs health and we have to ask ourselves : how we can achieve public health benefits without surveillance

The EU minimum wage initiative in times of COVID-19 crisis

A few months ago, the new European Commission boldly announced its plans to deliver an EU minimum wage legal measure within its first 100 days in office. The COVID-19 crisis is likely to affect not only the schedule of this high-profile initiative, but the very political appetite for it.

Does Europe care about care?

The EU’s new gender strategy finally puts care work more solidly at the centre of our economic activity

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