- Note from the editor: [Wages and employment, disintegration or transformation]
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- Faculty of Law (FdR)
- Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS)
In his From the editor, Jan Cremers (AIAS) writes:
‘In recent months not only the European legislator but also the ECJ seem to have realised what negative effects blunt economic reasoning can have on the functioning of the Posting of Workers Directive. In a Finnish case of Polish workers being underpaid (C-396/13), the ECJ underlines that the terms and conditions of employment guaranteed to posted workers are to be defined by the law of the host member state (as long as these conditions are declared ‘universally applicable, binding and transparent’)’.
This issue of CLR-News, prepared by the sub-editors Hans Baumann and Jörn Janssen, does not focus on this item, but some of the contributions can be read from this perspective.
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