Annual reports

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  • 22 June 2009 | Annual report

    2008 marked the completion of Eurofound’s four-year programme, Changing Europe: Better work, better life. Eurofound built on its work of previous years in providing comparative information, research and analysis on living and working conditions, industrial relations and the management of change for key actors in the field of EU social policy. As outlined in the 2005–2008 programme, Eurofound’s work is divided into three key tasks: monitoring and understanding change, researching and exploring what works, and communicating and sharing ideas and experience. Within these three tasks, its activities fall into four thematic areas: employment, industrial relations and partnership, work–life balance and social cohesion.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    Over the course of 2007, Eurofound built on its work of previous years in providing comparative information, research and analysis on living and working conditions, industrial relations and the management of change for key actors in the field of EU social policy. As outlined in its four-year work programme for 2005–2008, Eurofound’s work is divided into three key tasks: monitoring and understanding change, researching and exploring what works, and communicating and sharing ideas and experience. Within these three tasks, its activities fall into four thematic areas: employment, industrial relations and partnership, work–life balance and social cohesion.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    This publication contains the annexes to the Annual report 2006. See Annual report 2006.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    This publication contains the annexes to the Annual report 2007.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    The start of 2005 saw the Foundation begin its new four-year work programme Changing Europe: Better work, better life. This theme will guide the direction of Foundation research over the next four years: to provide reliable data on longterm trends and develop ideas, gleaned from experience, for improving living and working conditions. The year’s end culminated in the appointment of the Foundation’s new Director, Jorma Karppinen.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    The pressures of globalisation and demographic change increasingly made their mark as the European Union prepared to further expand its borders to Bulgaria and Romania during 2006. Policymakers at EU and national level face into important decisions on issues related to migration, employment, education, equal opportunities and social policy. On all these issues and more, the Foundation provided cutting edge knowledge and information during 2006. See Annexes.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    This document contains a complete set of annexes to the annual report dealing with the budget, organisation, staffing, publications and activities of the Foundation during 2005.

  • 03 December 2008 | Annual report

    The annual report provides an overview of the Foundation's activities for 2004. This document contains a complete set of annexes dealing with the budget, organisation, staffing, publications and activities of the Foundation during 2004.

  • 14 July 2008 | Annual report

    Quality of work and employment is a key priority in the European Union. This fifth annual review of working conditions in the EU examines a range of issues and challenges related to working life and the workplace. It focuses in particular on four critical dimensions: career development and employment security, health and well-being, skills and competence development, and work–life balance.

  • 02 March 2008 | Annual report

    This report provides some perspectives on the effects of trade liberalisation on the European labour market. For its analysis, it draws on data from the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM), the only EU-wide monitoring instrument available. The 2007 ERM report identifies some of the recent and emerging trends in the current phase of globalisation and provides suggestions on how policy should be re-oriented to address these new circumstances.

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