The proposed Directive for an ‘Adequate Minimum Wage’ caused a heated discussion on the competence of the EU. Still, the consequences for social partner autonomy and collective bargaining systems did not get the attention they deserved.

The European sector employers from the tech & industry, chemicals, cleaning & facility services, retail & wholesale, agriculture, hotel & gastronomy and private employment services industry want to change that.

On Friday 4 June from 13:00 – 15:00 they will bring their legal experts and practitioners together in one technical seminar to have a closer look at the legal and practical impact of the proposal.

The speakers will exchange with the participants on the risks of the proposal and suggest different approaches to the matter, focus on the conflict of competence and address the impact on existing collective bargaining systems.

Register today and join the discussion !



European employers joint statement: minimum wage initiative lacks legal basis
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