Annual reports

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  • 17 June 2013 | Annual report

    This is the annual activity report of the Authorising Officer for the year 2012. The report describes Eurofound's activities, particularly its research and information and communication programmes, in relation to the objectives set in the Work Programme 2012.

  • 05 November 2012 | Annual report

    The ERM Report 2012 focuses on the consequences of restructuring for employees. It examines which employees lost their job at the onset of the economic crisis, which of them found a new job and how both job loss and subsequent re-employment impacted on their overall life situation and satisfaction. It also looks at the impact on working conditions for employees who remain at the restructured firm. Both these studies, of those who lost their jobs and those who stayed at the restructured workplace, have never before been analysed by using common, EU-wide and representative, datasets. The report also provides an overview of recent restructuring using the ERM database. While restructuring cases reporting job loss have fallen since the peak of 2009, they still outnumber announcements of job gain. Several recent cases testify to serious problems in the once very promising alternative energy sector in Europe. The findings show that much of the recently announced job creation is in the hotels and retail sectors.

  • 26 August 2012 | Annual report

    Provides an overview and summary of western Europe's main industrial relations developments in 2000, drawing on the EIROnline database records entered during the year. The Review also provides a guide to using EIROnline.

  • 26 August 2012 | Annual report

    This first EIRO Annual Review aims to provide an overview and summary of western Europe's main industrial relations developments in 1997, drawing on the EIROnline database records entered during the year. The review also provides a guide to using EIROnline, which is the heart of the Observatory's operations.

  • 26 August 2012 | Annual report

    An overview of the Foundation's activities in 2000 - abridged version. This publication contains four of the eight annexes of the official Annual Report 2000. See Annual report 2000 (long version).

  • 26 August 2012 | Annual report

    An overview of the Foundation's activities in 2000 - long version. See Annual report 2000 (abridged version).

  • 26 August 2012 | Annual report

    The research programme in 1998 followed the framework of the 1997-2000 rolling programme. That rolling programme had set out the areas for the Foundation’s contribution to European social policy as six challenges; employment, equal opportunities, health and wellbeing, sustainable development, social cohesion, and participation.

  • 02 July 2012 | Annual report

    Economic news may have improved for some Member States of the European Union in 2011, but for many citizens uncertainty about the future and the ability to maintain standards of living are ongoing issues. Eurofound’s third Yearbook reflects these realities. It presents some of the main findings of our research and describes the key developments that shape the lives and the work of European citizens and their families.

  • 26 June 2012 | Annual report

    This is the annual activity report of the Authorising Officer for the year 2011. The report describes Eurofound's activities, particularly its research and information and communication programmes, in relation to the objectives set in the Work Programme 2011.

  • 21 November 2011 | Annual report

    Structural change is a general characteristic of economic development, driven by shifts in relative productivity and demand, technological or socioeconomic changes. To adapt to a changing economic environment, companies undergo restructuring to maintain or improve their competitiveness and, hence, sustainability. While restructuring is essential to the dynamism of the European economy, it can entail difficulties for employees. The ERM annual report 2011 looks at the whole range of instruments available in the EU to mitigate the negative effects that it may have for both companies and employees and introduces around 400 of them in an online database. The ERM annual report also presents an overview and analysis of restructuring activities in Europe as captured by the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM).

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