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Equal treatment is dealing with access to employment, working conditions, social advantages and tax advantages.
EU countries are allowed to reserve certain public-sector positions for their own nationals. This is an exception to the general rule of free movement of workers and must therefore be interpreted restrictively.
EU workers and members of their family may obtain assistance regarding Union and national rules on free movement of workers from the bodies promoting equal treatment for workers in every Member State. Undeclared work may also be reported to national authorities tackling undeclared work.
The Advisory Committee on Free Movement of Workers was set up by Regulation 1612/68 (now codified by Regulation 492/2011).
It is composed of six members for each Member State: two representing the government, two the trade unions and two the employers’ associations.
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