Bulgaria -Government should act against social dumping -May 01, 2015

Labour inspectorate asked to apply tighter control on workers sent on ‘business trips’ amidst fear of ‘social dumping’.

France and Germany have asked the Bulgarian labour inspectorate to apply tighter control on workers sent on ‘business trips’ by their companies. The step was requested amid fears that ‘social dumping’ might be practiced by such employees. The government has agreed to take part in an initiative aimed at fighting the grey economy across the EU by sealing partnerships among labour inspectorates of member states.

English: http://www.novinite.com/articles/168214/Germany%2C+France …

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