MEMO/14/293  16-04-2014 - April infringements package: main decisions 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 16 April 2014 April April In its monthly package of infringement decisions, the European Commission is pursuing legal action against Member States for failing to comply properly with their obligations under EU law.
STATEMENT/14/127  16-04-2014 - Commissioner Andor welcomes European Parliament's adoption of Posting of Workers Enforcement Directive 
European Commission - European Commission Statement Brussels, 16 April 2014 "I welcome today's approval by the European Parliament of the proposed Directive to better enforce EU rules on the posting of workers. It sends a clear signal on the eve of the May European elections that Europe does not accept fraud and abuse...
STATEMENT/14/126  16-04-2014 - Commissioner Andor welcomes European Parliament's approval of Decision to improve cooperation between public employment services 
European Commission - European Commission Statement Brussels, 16 April 2014 "I warmly welcome the European Parliament's support for the proposal to improve the efficiency of public employment services and so enhance their effectiveness when assisting the nearly 26 million unemployed Europeans.
IP/14/445  15-04-2014 - Pensions: Commission welcomes final adoption of Directive on supplementary pension rights 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 15 April 2014 The European Commission welcomes the final adoption by the European Parliament of the Directive improving the protection of supplementary pension rights for mobile workers.
IP/14/421  14-04-2014 - Free movement of workers: Commission welcomes Council adoption of Directive to improve enforcement of workers' rights 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 14 April 2014 (See also MEMO/14/288) The European Commission welcomes today's adoption by the EU's Council of Ministers of a new Directive to ensure the better application at national level of EU citizens' right to work in another Member State.
MEMO/14/288  14-04-2014 - Free movement of workers: Commission improves the application of worker's rights – frequently asked questions 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 14 April 2014 (See also IP/14/421) The European Commission proposed a new Directive to make it easier for people to exercise their right to work in another Member State on 26 April 2013 (see IP/13/372).
IP/14/387  09-04-2014 - Undeclared work: Commission proposes new Platform to improve prevention and deterrence 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 9 April 2014 (see also MEMO/14/271 and MEMO/14/272) The European Commission has proposed today the creation of a European Platform to improve cooperation at EU level in order to prevent and deter undeclared work more effectively.
MEMO/14/280  09-04-2014 - Youth Guarantee: Making it Happen conference calls on Member States to do more for delivery 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 9 April 2014 (See also IP/14/383) The European Commission, under the patronage of President Barroso, hosted a conference in Brussels yesterday on the implementation of the Youth Guarantee.
MEMO/14/272  09-04-2014 - Undeclared work: frequently asked questions 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 9 April 2014 (see also IP/14/387 and MEMO/14/271) What is undeclared work? Member States define undeclared work very differently. Sometimes there is not even a definition. At EU level, undeclared work is defined as "any paid activities that are lawful as regards their nature but not...
MEMO/14/271  09-04-2014 - Undeclared work: Commission proposes a new Platform to improve prevention and deterrence – frequently asked questions. 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 9 April 2014 (see also IP/14/387 and MEMO/14/272) How would the Platform work? The proposed Platform would be composed of Member States' national enforcement authorities, such as labour inspectorates, tax and social security authorities, plus the European Commission.