The Directive on transparent and predictable working conditions provides more extensive and updated labour rights and protection to the 182 million workers in the EU. With the new rules, workers have, for instance, the right to more predictability regarding assignments and working time. They will also have the right to receive timely and more complete information about the essential aspects of their job, such as place of work and remuneration. The new rules will benefit in particular an estimated 2 to 3 million workers in precarious forms of employment. The Commission is today sending a letter of formal notice to 19 Member States (Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia and Finland) since they have not communicated full transposition of the Directive into national law by the deadline of 1 August 2022.