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Message de blutch posté le 25-08-2015 à 14:11:44 (S | E | F)
Puis-je vous solliciter pour lire et corriger l'essai suivant de +/- 150 mots (grammaire, vocabulaire, style...) ?
Subject : Should free movement of labour within Europe be limited ?
The core principles of the European Union assert that people's circulation within its area must be free of any constraints. As a consequence, movements of labour may be hardly hindered by european states although several laws regulate employment of foreign workers. However, these ones, often less paid than native workers, are factors of competitiveness for companies because the latter can reduce labour costs. There are also some advantages for the countries from where the workers come : by sending a few money to their families, that can improve their purchasing power, they play a role in the economic development of their homeland.
The problem of free movement of labour is that it damages local employment because of wages competition. That's why tight rules should be enforced to limit this competition. But, inasmuch as free movements of labour in themselves bring benefits to many stakeholders of this phenomenon, they should not be limited.
Merci par avance pour vos réponses.
Modifié par lucile83 le 25-08-2015 14:57
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