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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
    EU Presidency conference ‘Families, Change and Social Policy in Europe’ in Dublin, 13-14 May 2004: The family remains a cornerstone of European societies Choose your preferred language option:DE FR Family policy in Europe faces key challenges based on rapid economic, social, cultural and political change. The main challenges are:
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
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  • 16 joulukuu 2007
    Useful but unused - the fate of group work in Europe Only about 4% of all organisations in Europe take group work seriously despite compelling evidence that significant economic benefits accrue to organisations which introduce work practices whereby formal work groups have the right to make decisions on how their work is performed. This is one of the key findings of a report - , published by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions in Dublin. According to the report, Dutch enterprises are the most committed in Europe to the use of some form of direct participation. However, while 90% of enterprises use direct participation of employees in the workplace, only 48% have delegation of responsibility to groups of employees and only 7% of enterprises in the Netherlands use the more highly developed forms of group work while less than 4% is the European average.
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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. Low levels of migration predicted Most Europeans have no intention of moving to another country or to another region within their own country, according to a forthcoming report by Eurofound which sets out workers’ possible intentions regarding migration. Less than 10% of the working age population intends to move to another region within the next five years and just 5% intends to move to another country.
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