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FedEE is the ultimate HR support organization for multinational employers.

  • Our members have access to a vast database of employment law and pay data for Europe and key countries around the world.
  • We operate a rapid response line for all your employment law enquiries.
  • Our online audio-visual country employment law briefings allow you to get quickly up to speed on key legal requirements in major jurisdictions across Europe and Latin America.
  • Our regular news updates ensure that you will never be out of touch with important development in numerous countries where you have employees.

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Need EU employment law data?

Need EU employment law data?

We've got all you need to help you find out legal requirements in European jurisdictions

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Worried about labour market trends?

Worried about labour market trends?

Our statistical databank gives you insights into changes in pay, benefits, tax and much more.

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Keep in touch with European HR news

FedEE has monitored HR-related events in each European country since 1989

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Beggar Brussels

Robin Chater

Secretary General, Fedee

Spaindying

Europe is failing its next generation because neither the European Union, nor national governments are able to tackle over-regulation and the grey economy

As delegates gather next week at a Brussels conference convened by the European Commission to consider “Labour economics after the crisis” Manuel will still be sitting with his unemployed friends making a coffee last all morning in a crowded McDonald’s in Zaragoza. He is just one of the 56% of 15-24 year olds in Spain who are still without work. The victim of a downturn that never … Continue reading