This article investigates the movement of labour within the EC. In evaluating the implications of the Single European Market for free movement of labour, the author reviews several recent studies of labour migration and considers barriers to mobility, such as non‐recognition of training qualifications. The article reviews some of the reformulation of existing legislation to protect workers from discrimination and asks, “will the Community′s compensating policies be enough to redress the adverse conditions”?
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