25 June 2013

Posting of workers: enhancing administrative cooperation and access to information

DEADLINE: 13 September 2013


The general objective of this call for actions is to further improve transnational administrative cooperation between national competent bodies and social partners involved in the monitoring and correct application of Posting of Workers Directive and increase mutual trust among stakeholders, including promoting exchanges of relevant officials and training, as well as developing, facilitating and promoting best practice initiatives in the area of posting of workers in the framework of temporary provision of services.
A posted worker for the purposes of the Directive is a worker who, for a limited period, carries out his work in the territory of a Member State other than the State in which he normally works.
 
The following actions may be co-financed:
  • Developing, facilitating and promoting exchanges and/or training (for example joint visits, joint inspections, short training actions) of officials of competent public authorities and/or relevant social partners in charge of administrative cooperation and mutual assistance in relation to posted workers in the framework of the provision of services.
  • Developing, facilitating and promoting exchanges and best practice initiatives with respect to the access of information between public authorities and relevant social partners, such as the development and updating of databases or joint websites containing general or sector-specific information concerning terms and conditions of employment to be respected in relation to posted workers in the framework of the provision of services.
  • Exchange of information and best practices (for example, seminars, conferences, round tables) and dissemination of information and best practices in this respect (for example, reports, manuals, guidelines, leaflets, newsletter, web pages).
Who can apply?
Public authorities, social partners, international organisations, non-profit organisations, research centres and institutes, universities and civil society organisations.

Budget for this call: 2.440.000 euro.

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