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The freedom of movement of workers in the context of an enlarged European Union labor market: Case study on Italy and Romania

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2 Later on, the mobility of persons acquired new social dimensions and other new dimensions as the political and constitutional ones, allowing also for other categories, not self-supporting, to freely move around the Community, as the workers’ families, students, retired persons, but unemployed and poor are still not legalized. This mobility also facilitates the undertaking of professional training courses in other Member States, which are required for a better qualification of the labor force in a certain sector of a state and also for gaining important knowledge from the culture of another state. The more specific issue we chose to discuss about in our paper is the labor market for third country nationals, and in particular the Romanians working in Italy. Our “thesis” is concentrated around this subject and we could not say that it is only a genuine thesis, but a combination of a curiosity of how, on which grounds can the Romanian citizens work in Italy and which are the Community provisions for them, if any, and if those provisions apply for them, this part being more like a thesis. We tried to find out these things starting from the Community rights for third country nationals in general and than what happens to Romanian citizens who choose to go to work in Italy, which are the conditions, the rights and the obligations for their entrance and staying there, how they are treated there and if all these are in accordance with the Community legislation for third country nationals. Both the third country nationals and the Romanian citizens are seen according to the provisions for the new integrated EU Member States and also in relation to the other candidate countries, where Romania stands, trying to see which are the perspectives for the mobility of the Romanian workers in the Community’s Member States after Romania’s effectively joining the EU. The importance of the free movement of workers for the candidate countries and for the new Member States has a more financial aspect rather than being a cultural experience, if we could say so, seen as a chance of gaining a better income. This is valid at least for the beginning, until the economy of the new entered will reach the EU economic level and the free movement of workers will begin to have also a cultural incentive. The objective of a Europe of 27 Member States will mean that there will be 27 labor markets which will behave as a unified one based on the Community rights to leave the state of origin in order to take up employment activities in another Member State based on the fundamental principle of non discrimination on grounds of nationality, being subject to equal treatment as the nationals of the host state as regards to equal access to jobs, to effectively getting employed, to the labor laws of that respective state with all their provisions about the working days, the salary, different benefits, the holidays, the maternity rights, and so on.

Anteprima della Tesi di Daniela Petcu

Anteprima della tesi: The freedom of movement of workers in the context of an enlarged European Union labor market: Case study on Italy and Romania, Pagina 2

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Autore: Daniela Petcu Contatta »

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Questa tesi ha raggiunto 637 click dal 31/08/2004.

 

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