Οι υπηρεσίες του Ο.ΜΕ.Δ. παρέχονται στις συνδικαλιστικές οργανώσεις εργοδοτών και εργαζομένων καθώς και σε μεμονωμένους εργοδότες σε επίπεδο επιχείρησης που επιθυμούν να απευθυνθούν σε αυτόν. Μεταξύ των εργοδοτών συγκαταλέγεται και το Ελληνικό Δημόσιο, για τους εργαζόμενους με σχέση εργασίας ιδιωτικού δικαίου στις Δημόσιες υπηρεσίες, Ν.Π.Δ.Δ. και Ο.Τ.Α.
Age and employment / European network of legal experts in the non-discrimination dield ; written by Declan O'Dempsey and Anna Beale ; supervised by Mark Freeland ; European CommissionMaterial type: TextPublication details: Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2011Description: 105σ. : εικ.,πιν. ; 30εκISBN:
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Outline the age discrimination law. Justification of direct discrimination. Does national law permit differences of treatment based on age for any activities within the material scope of |Directive 2000/78? Does national legislation provide for exceptions to the principle of ewual treatment for occupational pension schemes, as permitted by Article 6(2)? Special conditions for young people, older workers and persons with caring responsibilities. Age requirements. Retirement. Redundancy.
The framework of EU law prohibiting age discrimination, as created by Article 19 TFEU and Directive 2000/78/EC on Employment Equality (‘the Directive’), is unique in European discrimination law. It provides for a broader range of exceptions to the principle of equal treatment than is permitted in connection with any other protected characteristic. In particular, the Directive provides that direct discrimination on grounds of age may be justified; whereas direct discrimination on any of the other grounds covered by the Directive may not. This creates an inherent vulnerability at the heart of the prohibition of age discrimination, and means that a careful balance has to be struck in order to ensure that the prohibition is meaningful. It points towards the need for consistent guidance on the facts of ageing being made centrally available so that the prohibition can be applied with some consistency in identical factual situations in different member States. This report examines some practical aspects of the implementation of the prohibition of age discrimination by reporting States. In particular, the report considers how the different ways in which the various exceptions, or potential exceptions, to the principle of equal treatment are phrased in the Directive have influenced national legislation on age discrimination.