EU Sources - Court of auditors advises on free movement of workers - February 28, 2018

The European Court of Auditors say that better targeting of EU funds would aid worker mobility. The auditors assessed how the European Commission ensures the freedom of movement of workers, and the effectiveness of EU action on labour mobility. They visited the five Member States with either the largest inflows of non-national workers or the largest outflows of workers to other countries, i.e. Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania and the United Kingdom. They found that the Commission provides useful information on workers’ rights through several channels, but awareness could be improved. 

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