The role of survey data for evidence-based policymaking on working time in the EU: experiences and ways forward
Eurofound and the German Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) have jointly organised a workshop on 'The role of survey data for evidence-based policymaking on working time in the EU: experiences and ways forward' that took place in Brussels on 26-27 April 2018.
Scope of the expert workshop
The main objective of the workshop was to bring together key actors in survey research and policymaking in the field of working time duration and organisation in order to:
- discuss the role of survey data for evidence-based policymaking in the EU;
- increase awareness of the value of survey data sources in policymaking;
- develop actions to foster better use of available data, improve communication of findings and contribute to better-informed decision-making;
- identify the most relevant current and future topics for both research and policymaking.
Presentation: Role of survey data as support of policymaking on working time - My vision and way forward, Irene Houtman, Senior Researcher, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)