The gala is undoubtedly a unique artistic event, which, however, does not obscure the idea of the Labor Mobilis Award itself. The award, which is a form of honoring people who have made a special contribution to combating barriers to the freedom to provide services on the internal market of the European Union. The statuette was awarded for the first time in 2013, and its founder is the European Labor Mobility Institute (ELMI).
Candidates for the award may be nominated by ELMI Members. The Institute is a group of over hundreds of people professionally related to the issue of posting workers in various forms. The synergy of the circles of employers, scientists, employees and officials allows for the selection of objectively the most appropriate candidates who objectively influence the shape of regulations and their correct interpretation.
The statuette itself is made of brass using the traditional method and placed on a pedestal made of precious wood, its shape refers to wings, which are a symbol of freedom.