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The European Child Guarantee was established in 2021 to ensure that children in need have access to a set of key services. This policy brief analyses trends and disparities in...

21 September 2023
Policy brief

Work and workplaces in Europe are changing. Digitalisation, the transition towards climate neutrality, and demographic shifts are key forces behind this change. They drive increased demand in sectors and occupations...

19 September 2023
Corporate news

Automation and digitisation technologies, including artificial intelligence, are rapidly evolving and becoming increasingly powerful and pervasive. The full range of their effects in the workplace is yet to be seen...

12 September 2023
Research report

Workers on non-permanent contracts and workers with no formal contract are less satisfied with the functioning of democracy in their country, as are workers experiencing job insecurity. They are less...

1 September 2023
Corporate news
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Restructuring events database

European Restructuring Monitor

Since 2002, the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM) has been monitoring the employment impact of large-scale restructuring events in Europe and covers the 27 EU Member States plus Norway.

EU PolicyWatch

EU PolicyWatch

Eurofound's EU PolicyWatch collates information on the responses of government and social partners to the COVID-19 crisis, the war in Ukraine, rising inflation, as well as gathering examples of company practices aimed at mitigating the social and economic impacts.

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EU convergence monitoring hub

This online resource summarises Eurofound's research on convergence, explains the different dimensions of convergence and provides access to the convergEU app, allowing researchers to perform their own analysis on convergence.

Upcoming events

The COVID-19 pandemic put the spotlight on groups of workers crucial to the functioning of our societies. Many of those, known as essential workers, experience several difficulties, including insufficient pay, precarious contracts, long or very short working hours and psychosocial risks. At the same


On 11 October, as part of its new Brussels Briefing series, Eurofound is organising a face-to-face briefing and exchange with its own experts on the role social services can play in our society’s resilience. Attendance is by invitation only. The event will be followed by a light networking lunch.


For the first time ever, Eurofound is proud to be participating in Open House Dublin by collaborating with the Irish Architecture Foundation and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. Eurofound will open its doors to the public on Saturday 14 October 2023 for free architecture-led guided tours of


This conference, taking place in Barcelona on 19–20 October, will discuss the changes that are taking place in the labour market, as well as the measures that companies, social partners and public employment services must adopt to boost jobseekers’ employability to meet the current and future needs