The trainers’ manual will offer a uniformed and basic training for labour inspectors on the protective elements of the Employer Sanctions Directive (hereinafter, ESD) and the Seasonal Workers Directive (hereinafter, SWD) and, where relevant, the Single Permit Directive (SPD), but also on the key labour rights of other categories of migrant workers at heightened risk of exploitation. The training manual will be of generic nature, flexible to reflect the different national contexts, notwithstanding the different mandates of labour inspectors in different EU Member States. It will indicate which information and support labour inspectors could give to workers.
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