The adoption of this trio of texts, which took place today on 13 June at the meeting of the Council on Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumers, was a formality. The next step is for these to be published in the European Union’s official journal. On the European Labour Authority, labour ministers from the EU28 agreed that the body will be headquartered in Bratislava (see statement). The Slovak capital will therefore be the hub of the new authority’s work, set to commence in October, which will cover issues related to the free movement of workers and the coordination of social security systems in the EU (see article n°11006). Ministers at the Council meeting also definitively adopted the directive on transparent and predictable working conditions (see article n°11055), which seeks to provide greater security to unstable jobs, and the directive on work-life balance (see article n°11055).
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