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L'élaboration de la nouvelle directive « détachement » : le pragmatisme juridique au service d'une ambition sociale ?

Abstract : Directive n° 2014/67/EU relating to the performance of directive n° 96/71/EC regarding the secondment of workers marks the political will of institutions to address, at last, the tensions caused by the social dumping practices taking place upon the secondment of workers. The conditions of its elaboration and the few legal particularities that characterise it are all the more telling of the difficulties there were to draw the full consequences of the obvious inadequacy of directive n° 96/71/EC without risking to weaken further the protection of seconded workers. The concern for effectiveness of an enriched legal and modernised framework for secondment dominated the instrument elaboration process, which features, for that reason, a few "legal oddities".
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Cécile Rapoport. L'élaboration de la nouvelle directive « détachement » : le pragmatisme juridique au service d'une ambition sociale ?. Revue de l'Union Européenne, Dalloz, 2016, pp.75-80. ⟨hal-02938995⟩

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