Flexibility profiles of European companies

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21 Oktober 2010
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21 Oktober 2010
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Zusammenfassung

This report analyses European corporate practices in terms of working time flexibility as revealed by the European Company Survey 2009 (ECS 2009). Flexibility in working time is a central aspect of ongoing debates regarding boosting employment in the EU. Enabling employees to better balance their working time and domestic reponsibilities is seen as a key way of encouraging more citizens to enter and remain in the workforce. At the same time, greater working time flexibility on the part of companies – and hence, employees – can enable European enterprises to be more responsive to market demands, so boosting the Union’s competitiveness. An executive summary is available (see Related content).

 

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    Number of Pages: 
    45
    Reference No: 
    ef1060
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    Flexibility profiles of European companies

    This report analyses European corporate practices in terms of working time flexibility as revealed by the European Company Survey 2009 (ECS 2009). Flexibility in working time is a central aspect of ongoing debates regarding boosting employment in the EU. Enabling employees to better balance their working time and domestic reponsibilities is seen as a key way of encouraging more citizens to enter and remain in the workforce. At the same time, greater working time flexibility on the part of companies – and hence, employees – can enable European enterprises to be more responsive to market demands, so boosting the Union’s competitiveness. An executive summary is available.

  • Executive summary

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    2
    Reference No: 
    ef10601
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    Europäische Unternehmenserhebung 2009: Flexibilitätsprofile europäischer Unternehmen - Zusammenfassung

    Authors: 
    Eurofound
    Die Flexibilitätspraktiken europäischer Unternehmen waren Thema der von Eurofound im Jahr 2009 durchgeführten Europäischen Unternehmenserhebung (ECS). Führungskräfte und, sofern vorhanden, Arbeitnehmervertreter von 27 000 Unternehmen wurden befragt, um zu ermitteln, welche Art von Flexibilitätsmaßnahmen vorhanden sind und wie diese genutzt werden. Die Ergebnisse haben gezeigt, dass die häufigste Form der Flexibilität in Unternehmen in allen EU-Mitgliedstaaten, Kroatien, der ehemaligen jugoslawischen Republik Mazedonien und der Türkei die flexible Arbeitszeit ist.



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