As it seems to be so important to the EU, I would assume that everyone's heard of the brand new European Labour Authority, or ELA.
This was announced by the President of the EU Commission Jean Claude-Juncker in his state of the Union address bak in September 2017.
All the legislation has now been passed, with full sign-off imminent and it will eventually be based in Bratislava, Slovakia but commences its work from October initially headquartered in Brussels.
It will of course apply to the EU and those countries that the EU holds sway over, so is in reality an EU Labour Authority, not a 'European' one.
That aside, what is this new authority going to be doing?
Well, the Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, said:
"From the start of my mandate, I have made fair labour mobility a key priority. Free movement boosts growth, helps businesses find the skills they need and gives everyone the opportunity to make the best use of their talents – but it needs to be well managed.
"This requires rules that are fair, clear and effectively enforced. The European Labour Authority is the jewel in the crown of this work. It will support labour mobility and give EU Member States the tools they need to cooperate more effectively and fight abuse."
Another point to note is that it is established using an EU regulation, so ..