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". While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@en4
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"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@cs1
"Selv om vi bakker kraftigt op om foranstaltningerne til forbedring af situationen for arbejdstagere, der er blevet afskediget på grund af virksomheders udflytning, mener vi ikke, at Den Europæiske Fond for Globaliseringstilpasning er opgaven voksen. De midler, der er til rådighed, er fuldstændig utilstrækkelige, og når ud til mindre end 10 % af de arbejdstagere, der er blevet afskediget som følge af omstruktureringer. Ved omstrukturering af og fyringer fra SMV'er i de mindre medlemsstater, som har alvorlige konsekvenser for de nationale, regionale og lokale økonomier, vil EGAF kun være til meget begrænset nytte. Vi glæder os over, at nogle afskedigede arbejdstagere fra store virksomheder vil få adgang til denne fond, og vi opfordrer de pågældende virksomheder til at forhandle seriøst med arbejdstagerrepræsentanterne og ikke benytte fondens eksistens til at trække sig fra deres sociale forpligtelser."@da2
"Obgleich wir Maßnahmen zur Verbesserung der Situation von Arbeitnehmern, die durch eine Standortverlagerung von Unternehmen arbeitslos geworden sind, ausdrücklich unterstützen, sind wir der Auffassung, dass der Europäische Fonds für die Anpassung an die Globalisierung dieser Aufgabe nicht gerecht wird. Die vorhandenen Finanzmittel sind völlig unzureichend und erreichen nicht einmal 10 % der aufgrund von Umstrukturierungsmaßnahmen entlassenen Arbeitnehmer. KMU in kleineren Mitgliedstaaten, die Umstrukturierungen und Entlassungen mit erheblichen Auswirkungen auf die nationale, regionale und lokale Wirtschaft vornehmen, profitieren nur in sehr geringem Umfang vom EGF. Wir begrüßen die Tatsache, dass dieser Fonds für einen Teil der arbeitslos gewordenen Arbeitnehmer größerer Unternehmen zugänglich sein wird und fordern die betroffenen Unternehmen auf, ernsthafte Verhandlungen mit den Arbeitnehmervertretern zu führen und diesen Fonds nicht zu benutzen, um sich ihrer sozialen Verpflichtungen zu entziehen."@de9
". Παρότι στηρίζουμε με ιδιαίτερη θέρμη μέτρα βελτίωσης της κατάστασης των εργαζομένων που απολύονται λόγω των μετεγκαταστάσεων επιχειρήσεων, θεωρούμε ότι το Ευρωπαϊκό Ταμείο Προσαρμογής στην Παγκοσμιοποίηση δεν αντιμετωπίζει το πρόβλημα. Οι πόροι που διατίθενται είναι τελείως ανεπαρκείς, καθώς χορηγούνται σε λιγότερο από το 10% των εργαζομένων που μένουν άνεργοι λόγω δραστηριοτήτων αναδιάρθρωσης. Οι αναδιαρθρώσεις και απολύσεις από ΜΜΕ σε μικρότερα κράτη μέλη, οι οποίες έχουν σοβαρές επιπτώσεις στην εθνική, περιφερειακή και τοπική οικονομία, θα ωφεληθούν ελάχιστα από το εν λόγω ταμείο. Χαιρετίζουμε το γεγονός ότι ορισμένοι εργαζόμενοι που έχασαν τις θέσεις εργασίας τους σε μεγάλες επιχειρήσεις θα έχουν πρόσβαση σε αυτό το ταμείο, ενώ καλούμε τις εν λόγω επιχειρήσεις να διαπραγματευτούν σοβαρά με τους εκπροσώπους των εργαζομένων και να μην χρησιμοποιήσουν την ύπαρξη του ταμείου ως πρόφαση για να μην εκπληρώνουν τις κοινωνικές τους υποχρεώσεις."@el10
". Apoyamos firmemente las medidas destinadas a mejorar la situación de los trabajadores despedidos a raíz de la deslocalización de empresas, pero creemos que el Fondo Europeo de Adaptación a la Globalización no está a la altura de esta tarea. Las cuantías disponibles son totalmente insuficientes, ya que llegan a menos del 10 % de los trabajadores despedidos en operaciones de reestructuración. La reestructuración de PYME y los despidos en los Estados miembros más pequeños, que tienen un serio efecto en las economías nacionales, regionales y locales, apenas se beneficiarán del FEAG. Acogemos con satisfacción el hecho de que algunos trabajadores despedidos de grandes empresas tengan acceso a este fondo y pedimos a las empresas en cuestión que negocien seriamente con los representantes de los trabajadores y que no utilicen la existencia del fondo para declinar sus obligaciones sociales."@es20
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@et5
". Vaikka kannatamme voimakkaasti tukitoimenpiteitä yritysten uudelleensijoittumisen vuoksi irtisanottujen työntekijöiden tilanteen parantamiseksi, katsomme, ettei Euroopan globalisaatiorahasto ole tämän tehtävän tasalla. Käytettävissä olevat varat ovat täysin riittämättömät, sillä ne saavuttaisivat alle kymmenen prosenttia rakenneuudistustoimien vuoksi irtisanotuista työntekijöistä. Pienempien jäsenvaltioiden pk-yritysten rakenneuudistukset ja irtisanomiset, joilla on vakavia vaikutuksia kansalliseen, alueelliseen ja paikalliseen talouteen, jäävät suurelta osin Euroopan globalisaatiorahaston tuen ulkopuolelle. Olemme iloisia siitä, että jotkut suuryritysten irtisanomat työntekijät voivat saada tukea rahastosta, ja kehotamme kyseisiä yrityksiä neuvottelemaan vakavasti työntekijöiden edustajien kanssa ja olemaan käyttämättä rahaston olemassaoloa sosiaalisista velvoitteistaan luopumisen tukena."@fi7
". Alors que nous soutenons vigoureusement des mesures visant à améliorer la situation des travailleurs licenciés à cause de délocalisations d’entreprises, nous estimons que le Fonds européen d’ajustement à la mondialisation n’est pas à la hauteur. Les fonds disponibles sont tout à fait insuffisants. Ils permettent de toucher moins de 10% des travailleurs licenciés à la suite d’opérations de restructuration. La restructuration de PME et les licenciements dans les plus petits États membres, qui ont un impact plus important sur les économies nationales, régionales et locales, ne bénéficieront que très peu du FEAM. Nous saluons le fait que certains travailleurs licenciés par de grosses entreprises auront accès à ce Fonds, et nous appelons les entreprises concernées à négocier sérieusement avec les représentants des travailleurs et à ne pas utiliser l’existence du Fonds pour se soustraire à leurs obligations sociales."@fr8
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@hu11
"Siamo incondizionatamente favorevoli a misure volte a migliorare la situazione dei lavoratori licenziati in seguito alla delocalizzazione industriale, ma riteniamo che il Fondo europeo di adeguamento alla globalizzazione non sia all’altezza di questo compito. I fondi disponibili sono del tutto inadeguati, giacché sono utilizzabili dal 10 per cento dei lavoratori licenziati in seguito a ristrutturazioni. I licenziamenti e le ristrutturazioni delle PMI negli Stati membri più piccoli, che hanno gravi conseguenze sulle economie nazionali, regionali e locali, trarranno scarsi benefici dal Fondo europeo di adeguamento alla globalizzazione. Siamo lieti che alcuni lavoratori licenziati da grandi aziende possano avere accesso a questo Fondo, e chiediamo alle imprese interessate di negoziare seriamente con i rappresentanti dei lavoratori e di non usare i fondi disponibili per venir meno ai propri obblighi sociali."@it12
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@lt14
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@lv13
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@mt15
"Wij zijn groot voorstander van maatregelen ter verlichting van het lot van werknemers die door delokalisering van bedrijven werkloos geworden zijn, maar we denken toch dat het Europees fonds voor aanpassing aan de globalisering (EFG) daar niet aan bijdraagt. De vrijgemaakte bedragen zijn volstrekt onvoldoende en bereiken slechts 10 procent van de werknemers die door herstructureringsmaatregelen hun baan verliezen. Van de EFG zal nauwelijks een positieve werking uitgaan op de herstructurering in het MKB van de kleinere lidstaten, ondanks de grote invloed van die herstructurering op de nationale, regionale en plaatselijke economie. We zijn blij met het feit dat ontslagen werknemers van grote bedrijven toegang krijgen tot het fonds, en doen een beroep op de concerns in kwestie om serieus met vertegenwoordigers van de werknemers te onderhandelen en het bestaan van het fonds niet te misbruiken om zich aan de sociale verplichtingen te onttrekken."@nl3
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@pl16
"Muito embora apoie fortemente as medidas destinadas a melhorar a situação dos trabalhadores despedidos em virtude da deslocalização de empresas, consideramos que o Fundo Europeu de Ajustamento à Globalização não está à altura da tarefa. Os fundos disponíveis são absolutamente insuficientes, atingindo menos de 10% dos trabalhadores despedidos por via das operações de reestruturação. As reestruturações das PME e os despedimentos nos países mais pequenos, que têm um impacto grave nas economias nacionais, regionais e locais, beneficiarão muito pouco do FEG. Saudamos o facto de alguns dos trabalhadores despedidos de grandes empresas terem acesso a este fundo, e exortamos as empresas em questão a negociarem verdadeiramente com os representantes dos trabalhadores e a não se servirem da existência do fundo para fugir às suas obrigações sociais."@pt17
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@sk18
"While we strongly support measures to improve the situation of workers made redundant through the relocation of companies, we feel that the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is not up to the task. The funds available are totally inadequate, reaching less than 10% of workers made redundant through restructuring operations. SME restructuring and redundancies in smaller Member States, which has a serious impact on national, regional and local economies, will benefit very little from the EGAF. We welcome the fact that some redundant workers from big companies will have access to this fund, and call on the companies concerned to seriously negotiate with workers’ representatives and to not use the existence of the fund to back out of their social obligations."@sl19
"Vi stöder starkt åtgärderna för att förbättra situationen för arbetstagare som blivit arbetslösa genom omlokalisering av företag, men vi anser inte att Europeiska fonden för justering av globaliseringseffekter räcker till. De tillgängliga medlen är helt otillräckliga och når mindre än 10 procent av de arbetstagare som blivit arbetslösa genom omstruktureringsprocesser. De som drabbats av omstrukturering och arbetslöshet i små och medelstora företag i mindre medlemsstater, vilket har en stor inverkan på nationella, regionala och lokala ekonomier, kommer att ha mycket liten nytta av Europeiska fonden för justering av globaliseringseffekter. Vi välkomnar att vissa arbetslösa arbetstagare från stora företag kommer att ha tillgång till denna fond, och vi uppmanar de berörda företagen att allvarligt förhandla med arbetstagarnas företrädare och att inte utnyttja denna fond för att dra sig undan sina sociala skyldigheter."@sv21
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