EurWORK European Observatory of Working Life

Articles

EurWORK articles cover working life in Europe, in particular the fields of industrial relations and working conditions. The articles are based on quarterly reporting provided by the Network of Eurofound Correspondents.

  • Topical updates summarise and update developments around selected topics, which are relevant across a number of Member States at the same time
  • Spotlight reports cover in more depth country-level events, debates and changes in regulation related to working life, aiming to provide a balanced view of all parties’ positions
  • Research in Focus articles report on important research findings (including surveys) from the national level, often, but not exclusively, in the area of working conditions
  • In brief articles are short news items drawn from the correspondents' quarterly reports
  • Country updates summarise developments at national level and are published 4 times a year

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  • Romania: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    A proposal to use the living wage as the basis for setting the minimum wage and amendments affecting the labour market following a change in government are the main topics of interest in this a
  • Netherlands: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    A new draft law on the working conditions and pay solo self-employed workers and progress on climate action are the main topics of interest in this article.
  • Norway: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    The misinterpretation of an EEA provision by the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV) and the increased attention paid to workplace violence in long-term nursing homes are the topi
  • Poland: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    A protest by enterprise-level trade unions at ArcelorMittal’s Kraków steel mill and the continuation of a pay-related dispute in the public education sector are the main topics of interest in t
  • Lithuania: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    The signing of a sectoral collective agreement in the education sector and the decision to establish the Bipartite Social Partner Commission for Competence Building are the main topics of inter
  • Luxembourg: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    The future of national tripartite negotiations and the integration of a transport sector trade union into the Independent Luxembourg Trade Union Confederation are the main topics of interest in
  • Malta: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    A discussion on changing the cost of living allowance and the trend of lower trade union density are the main topics of interest in this article.
  • Latvia: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    The adoption of the state budget for 2020 and healthcare worker protests calling on the government to fulfil its commitment to wage increases are the main topics of interest in this article.
  • Greece: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    New legislation to establish a register of trade unions and employer organisations, a new procedure for the extension of sectoral collective agreements, and changes to the arbitration procedure
  • Hungary: Latest developments in working life Q4 2019

    New legislation on social insurance and a fresh study prepared by a trade union on the automotive industry in south Hungary are the main topics of interest in this article.

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