The minimum wage was once trumpeted as a key pillar in the construction of a social Europe. But opponents say the policy acts as a drag on competitiveness.
It's one of the last taboos: asking a colleague how much they earn. But Germany is hoping workers will do just that under a new law that aims to close the country's gender pay gap.
Is there a future in Europe’s future? Even though the unemployment rate went back among the younger age group, we are still looking at 4 million young people without a job. Many of them try to bridge the time between education and employment by doing an internship first