CoverPossibility of recognising COVID-19 as being of occupational origin at national level in EU and EFTA countries

The health crisis of 2020 has highlighted the occupational risk associated with COVID-19, which consequently has had repercussions on insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases. In this context, Eurostat launched in November 2020 a survey on the possibility of recognising the occupational nature of COVID-19 in Europe. The geographical coverage is the 27 Member States, Norway and Switzerland.

The survey shows that in all countries, the occupational risk of COVID-19 is considered. However, there are some differences on the practical modalities of recognising this risk. These differences relate, among other things, to the way in which the file will be investigated (i.e. as an accident at work and/or an occupational disease) and to the sectors and occupations concerned by this possible recognition (limited to the health sector or extended to wider range of sectors). This statistical report presents the national legal practices and reflects the situation of June 2021. [+]

Dictamen del Comité Económico y Social Europeo sobre Teletrabajo e igualdad de género: requisitos para que el teletrabajo no exacerbe la distribución desigual de los cuidados y el trabajo doméstico no remunerados entre mujeres y hombres y que sirva de motor para promover la igualdad de género [Dictamen exploratorio solicitado por la Presidencia Portuguesa] (DOUE C 220/02, 9.6.2021)

CoverQuality report of the European Union Labour Force Survey 2019  —  2021 edition

The purpose of this quality report is to provide the users of the European Union Labour Market Statistics with a tool for assessing the quality of these statistics which are based on the European Union Labour Force Survey. It provides a brief description of the survey and a summary of the main quality indicators which are: relevance, accuracy, accessibility and clarity, timeliness and punctuality, comparability, and coherence. The quality report is updated annually. [+]

CoverWages determinants in the European Union — Updated results from Structure of Earnings Survey (SES 2018) data — 2021 edition

This publication analyses the impact of the different characteristics of the employee (age, occupation, etc.) and of its employer (industry, size, region) on wages, throughout the European Union. The study is based on regression techniques applied on microdata taken from the Structure of Earnings Survey 2018, which gathers harmonized information from about 500 000 enterprises and almost 11 million employees working across the 27 Member States.

Regression coefficients provide information on how the different labour markets reward the different characteristics of the job tenant and how the different types of businesses compete in terms of wages offered to their employees. By crossing job characteristics with sex, this analysis also sheds light on possible gaps between the financial returns on education, part-time work etc. offered to men versus women. [+]

Sentencia del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea. Asunto C-624/19 (Tesco Stores) de 3 de junio de 2021
Procedimiento prejudicial — Política social — Igualdad de retribución entre trabajadores y trabajadoras — Artículo 157 TFUE — Efecto directo — Concepto de “trabajo de igual valor” — Solicitudes para obtener igualdad de retribución por un trabajo de igual valor — Fuente única — Trabajadores de sexo distinto que tienen el mismo empresario — Establecimientos distintos — Comparación
En el asunto C‑624/19, que tiene por objeto una petición de decisión prejudicial planteada, con arreglo al artículo 267 TFUE, por el Watford Employment Tribunal (Tribunal de lo Social de Watford, Reino Unido), mediante resolución de 21 de agosto de 2019, recibida en el Tribunal de Justicia el 22 de agosto de 2019, en el procedimiento entre K y otros, L, M, N y otros, O, P, Q, R, S, T y Tesco Stores Ltd (, 3.6.2021)

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