REVISITING THE MINIMUM WAGE IN THE ENLARGED EU: ADDRESSING CHANGES AND CHALLENGES IN THE LABOUR MARKETS PDF Print E-mail
ILO - World
Thursday, 30 October 2008 00:00

The minimum wage has returned to the core of the EU policy agenda. EU enlargement and increased migration flows for employment and better pay are one factor, but others include the significant rise in non-standard forms of employment, normally associated with lower wages, high proportions of low-paying jobs, rising insecurity and growing numbers of working poor. This week, an ILO-EC Conference in Brussels revisits the question of minimum wages in Europe and their influence on earnings and well-being of low paid workers and their families. ILO Online spoke with Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead from the ILO's Conditions of Work and Employment Programme.

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