Public presentation of result of the qualitative research on impact of the Sanctions Directive in practice Public presentation of result of the qualitative research on impact of the Sanctions Directive in practice

On Tuesday 16th September we will present results of the qualitative research on impacts of the Sanctions Directive and other labour migration related issues in the Czech Republic, which SIMI executed in spring 2014.

We invite you to the panel discussion IMPLEMENTATION IMPACTS OF THE EU DIRECTIVES ON FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT, which will take place on the occasion of the international conference "Foreign employees  on the labour market".

Date: 16 September 2014, 1.30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Místo: Goethe institute, Masarykovo nábřeží 32, Prague

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Foreign employees on the labour  market - international conference at the Goethe Institute Foreign employees on the labour market - international conference at the Goethe Institute

Organisations SIMI? OPU and MKC cordially invite you to the international conference "Foreign employees on the labour market"

The conference will tackle with issues related to the protection of workers´rights and examine whether relevant experience and good practice related to the lebour migration managmenet and control could be transfrred to the Czech Republic from other EU countries, merely from Germany and the UK.

For participation, register via registration form.

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Research results: employing foreigners - the consequences of the sanctions directive in practice Research results: employing foreigners - the consequences of the sanctions directive in practice

Sociologist Marie Jelinkova put together an expert report for SIMI which included the results of the qualitative research on the consequences of the so-called sanctions directive and other questions regarding the employment of foreigners in the Czech Republic, including the consequent recommendations. The research itself took on the form of structured interviews with 19 respondents including state officials, employers, experts and individuals from the non-governmental sector.

The research and the reports were carried out in the framework of an international project called Employees Beyond Borders financed by the International Visegrad Fund, carried out by four non-governmental organisations from the V4 countries - Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

A comparative summary of the results from all participating countries will be available in August.

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