Common goals of employment policy all member states are determined in “Employment Guidelines”:
- to implement employment policies to achieve full employment, improving quality and productivity and strengthen social and territorial cohesion,
- to promote a new approach to work,- to provide better access to labor market, enhance work attractiveness and make labor costs eligible for job seekers, including people with disabilities and those who are inactive,
- to improve the alignment of labor market needs,
- to promote flexibility combined with employment security and reduce labor market segmentation, with respect and appreciation of the social partners,
- to ensure the development of eligible labor costs and wage mechanisms,
- to expand and improve investment in human capital,
- to adapt education and training as required for new competencies.