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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
    Important notice! If you would like to receive Eurofound News by email (10 issues a year), please sign up now. Ambitious new work programme for 2007 The Foundation’s annual programme of work for 2007 outlines a series of activities that provide added value to its stakeholders and information users. Among the highlights in 2007: fieldwork for the second European Quality of Life Survey, expansion of the Network of European Observatories (NEO) to 28 countries, and on-going contributions to the 2007 European Year of Equal Opportunities.
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
    Important notice! If you would like to receive Eurofound News by email (10 issues a year), please sign up now. Director’s diary Communicating and sharing ideas on socioeconomic change in Europe One of the key ways in which Eurofound shares experiences and ideas on socioeconomic change and social policy is through face-to-face discussion and debate. Over recent years, the scope of this role has amplified: research staff are participating to a greater extent in high-level conferences, seminars and workshops around Europe, while Eurofound’s own events are gaining a higher profile.
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
    Full-time or part-time work? Working women in the European Union represent a crucial bridge between the labour market and the family system, according to the findings of the Employment Options of the Future survey. Analysis of the survey data, focusing on people in dependent employment, looking at both their present situation and their preferences for the future, provide valuable insights into the working time issues for the future employment scenario in Europe. Gender is the single factor that most influences people's working time patterns though age, education and personal economic situation are significant variables in relation to different working time issues. The part-time/full-time aspects of the survey indicate the continuing importance that part-time work holds today, especially for women employees. In most European countries, approximately three-quarters of part-timers are women.
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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