On 28 October the European Commission presented its legislative proposal to guarantee decent minimum wages in all EU Member States. The text promotes collective bargaining and introduces clear criteria for setting and assessing legal minimum wages. For this, the EU Commission has chosen to use a Directive, which differs from the solution advocated by both the main European employers’ federation, BusinessEurope and several of the EU Member States, and which could lead to problems during the adoption process.
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