EU Directives

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    EU Directives

    • These are instructions to member countries to achieve particular outcomes
    • They usually allow member countries some flexibility in terms of the laws they draw up to achieve the desired result
    • These directives often protect workers’ rights and may correct some forms of labour market failure, including discrimination
    • There is, however, a risk that excessive protection for those in work may depress economic growth and job creation.

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