Zatrudnienie i sprawy społeczne

Engineer in nuclear power station

MEPs in the European Parliament’s Employment and Social Affairs Committee have taken an important step towards the more efficient protection of...

Senior man sitting with his daughter and grandson

Nasze wartości, zasady i wizja Nasze poglądy na społeczeństwo i gospodarkę są oparte na wartościach chrześcijańskich oraz na konsekwentnym...

Bratislava, Slovakia

The EPP Group will hold its next Bureau meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 28-29 January. The meeting will be led by Manfred Weber MEP, Chairman of...

Eva Paunova MEP

As politicians, we try to inspire visions for the future, we lay the ground for their realisation and gather momentum for worthy causes - causes that...



Komisja Zatrudnienia i Spraw Socjalnych odpowiada za politykę zatrudnienia i wszelkie aspekty polityki społecznej, takie jak warunki pracy, ubezpieczenia społeczne i ochrona socjalna. Zajmuje się też sprawami takimi jak środki mające na celu ochronę zdrowia i zapewnienie bezpieczeństwa w miejscu pracy, polityka szkoleń zawodowych, w tym podnoszenia kwalifikacji zawodowych, swobodny przepływ pracowników i emerytów, a także wszelkie formy dyskryminacji w miejscu pracy i na rynku pracy, z wyjątkiem dyskryminacji ze względu na płeć, gdyż to należy do zakresu kompetencji Komisji Praw Kobiet.


Europe, concept of security
Komunikat prasowy
26.04.2017 - 11:11

Social market economy in the heart of Europe

“Enjoying equal access to the job market with fair working conditions and adequate and sustainable social protection should be within reach of all Europeans citizens. The Social Pillar...
Engineer in nuclear power station
Komunikat prasowy
28.02.2017 - 10:46

More stringent measures to prevent work-related cancers

MEPs in the European Parliament’s Employment and Social Affairs Committee have taken an important step towards the more efficient protection of workers from harmful substances in the workplace...
Tom Vandenkendelaere MEP
18.01.2017 - 15:57

The European Pillar of Social Rights: enabling Europe’s future workforce

As the job market continues to evolve, so should Europe's social policy. Today, many new forms of employment have emerged as a logical consequence of the digital revolution. Whether it is Uber,...
Senior man in computing class
22.11.2016 - 12:15

Skills Guarantee: why it matters

Increasingly, globalisation is being blamed for much of the ills we are seeing in Western societies today. Undeniably globalisation has brought about opportunities, jobs and growth but many are now...
Bright Yellow Hardhats - closeup
Komunikat prasowy
04.10.2016 - 15:10

Large layoffs: we need an EU reindustrialisation policy

The European Parliament wants to see a long-term strategy to increase industrial activity in Europe to 20% of EU Gross Domestic Product by 2020. In a Resolution that will be voted on tomorrow, the...
photo of the students in a classroom
26.09.2016 - 11:00

Erasmus for young MPs

In times when Member States and the EU are so often juxtaposed as pursuing different interests, the EPP Young Member’s Network (YMN), under the leadership of Tom Vandenkendelaere MEP, is taking...


Minione wydarzenia

Parthenon panorama
07.03.2013 - 09:30

Meeting of the EPP Group Presidency in Athens

17.10.2012 - 09:00

EPP Group Study Days and European People's Party Congress in Bucharest

EPP to define its political direction for the next decade Over 1200 participants from 40 countries have been invited to Bucharest where the...
27.06.2012 - 09:30

EPP Group Study Days in Turku

07.06.2012 - 09:00

EPP Group Hearing on 'Pensions'

17.05.2012 - 09:30

EPP Group Bureau Meeting in Killarney

As the tourism industry employs 8 million people across Europe, mostly in small and medium-sized businesses, constituting 5% of the EU’s GDP,...


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