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Christine CallejaEmployment & LabourKlara Cachia

EU Work-Life Balance Directive (2019/1158) to be adopted soon

The Commission’s withdrawal of the Maternity Leave Directive which had not made any legislative progress since 2008, paved the way for an innovative and comprehensive outlook on tackling the lack of female representation in employment. Such approach centres around the Work-Life Balance Initiative which constitutes one of the outcomes of the European Pillar of Social Rights. Whilst considering the changes in society over the years, this initiative ensures a fairer division of responsibilities between males and females, with the aim of supporting working parents and carers. As part of the process of modernising the existing regulatory framework, the Work-Life Balance…
Klara Cachia
13th July 2022