This quarterly presents some of the key developments and research findings on aspects of work organisation in workplaces in the EU during the first quarter of 2014. Telework and working from home, employee involvement and participation at work are the main focus of this report.
This article presents some of the key developments and research findings on aspects of actors and institutions in the EU and Norway in the EU during the first quarter of 2014. Government shifts, institutional and legislative change, membership of social partner organisations and activities of trade union and employer organisations in different Member States are the main focus of this report.
EU-level developments in industrial relations and working conditions - Q1 2014 (EurWORK topical update)
This article presents some of the key developments and research findings on industrial relations and working conditions in the EU during the first quarter of 2014. Institutional affairs, labour-related legislation and developments in collective bargaining and social dialogue are the main focus of the report.
In November 2010, the Employment Committee (EMCO) issued a report (239Kb PDF)
 on the quality of work  in the European Union. The report was based on
the findings of a thematic review held in June 2010 which aimed to examine
and exchange experiences about labour market policies intended to promote
quality of work with a focus on measures designed to manage the recent
On 5 February 2010, the European social partners in the construction sector
– namely, the European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW )
on the trade union side and the European Construction Industry Federation
(FIEC ) for employers – issued a set of joint conclusions and
recommendations  on self-employment and bogus self-employment in the
construction sector. The joint text was issued in the context of
European-wide research  carried out by EFBWW and FIEC on this issue.