ERM Annual Report 2014: Restructuring in the public sector

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The European Restructuring Monitor’s annual report for 2014 explores the rapid transformation of the public sector in Europe since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008. Initially, employment expansion in the sector helped to stabilise Europe’s economy while the private sector suffered severeRead more

The European Restructuring Monitor’s annual report for 2014 explores the rapid transformation of the public sector in Europe since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008. Initially, employment expansion in the sector helped to stabilise Europe’s economy while the private sector suffered severe job losses. However, subsequent austerity measures (or fiscal consolidation) have brought in their wake widespread restructuring in the public sector. Hiring freezes have meant the public sector workforce has shrunk and become significantly older, with more female workers. Lack of job security means working in the public sector is no longer quite as attractive. More restructuring will undoubtedly occur, and it is vital that those involved in its planning develop a more forward-looking, anticipatory strategy, to soften the blow for those workers who leave and to enhance conditions for those who stay. 

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    Number of Pages: 
    120
    Reference No: 
    EF1470
    ISBN: 
    978-92-897-1310-8
    Catalogue: 
    TJ-AL-14-001-EN-C
    DOI: 
    10.2806/92093
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    ERM Annual Report 2014: Restructuring in the public sector

    The European Restructuring Monitor’s annual report for 2014 explores the rapid transformation of the public sector in Europe since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008. Initially, employment expansion in the sector helped to stabilise Europe’s economy while the private sector suffered severe job losses. However, subsequent austerity measures (or fiscal consolidation) have brought in their wake widespread restructuring in the public sector.

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    2
    Reference No: 
    EF14701
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    ERMi 2014. aasta aruanne „Avaliku sektori restruktureerimine”

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    Eurofound

    Euroopa restruktureerimise jälgimise keskuse 2014. aasta aruandes uuritakse Euroopa avaliku sektori kiiret ümberkujundamist pärast finantskriisi vallandumist 2008. aastal. Esialgu aitas selle sektori tööhõive suurenemine Euroopa majandust stabiliseerida, samas kui erasektorit tabas suur töökohtade kaotus. Hilisematele kokkuhoiumeetmetele (või eelarve konsolideerimisele) järgnes siiski avaliku sektori laiaulatuslik restruktureerimine. Töötajate värbamise külmutamise tagajärjel on avaliku sektori tööjõud vähenenud ja märkimisväärselt vananenud ning naistöötajate arv on suurenenud. Töökohakindluse puudumine tähendab, et avalikus sektoris töötamine ei ole enam nii atraktiivne. Aruandes kirjeldatakse riigiasutuste kehtestatud eri meetmeid, nagu töötasu külmutamine, koondamine ja järkjärguline/ennetähtaegne pensionilejäämine, ning selliseid alternatiivseid meetmeid nagu tööülesannete jaotus ja teisele ametikohale üleviimine. Mitmes riigis on täheldatud uute tööhõivevormide kasvu avalikus sektoris, näiteks sellised töölepingud, mille puhul tööandja võib vabalt muuta töötaja töötundide arvu (lühendada tööaega isegi 100%). Lõpetuseks analüüsitakse aruandes restruktureerimise üldist mõju töö säilitanud ja kaotanud töötajatele.

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  • European Restructuring Monitor

    The European Restructuring Monitor has reported on the employment impact of large-scale business restructuring since 2002. This series includes its restructuring-related databases (events, support instruments and legislation) as well as case studies and publications.

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