Non-EU seasonal workers will get better working and living conditions, including a minimum wage and proper accommodation, under a draft law provisionally agreed by Parliament and the Council Presidency and backed by national governments on Tuesday.
These rules, aiming both to end exploitation and to prevent temporary stays becoming permanent, are to be put to a plenary vote in January 2014.The EU Commission estimates that over 100,000 third-country seasonal workers come to the EU every year. Lees verder.
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