Living, working and COVID-19 e-survey

Eurofound carried out round 5 of its unique Living, working and COVID-19 e-survey during March–May 2022, having first launched the survey in early 2020. It aims to capture the wide-ranging impact of the pandemic on the lives of EU citizens. Analysis of the fifth round of data will be published in July and will chart the latest developments, looking at how life has changed in Europe over the past two years. It will provide the most up-to-date picture for policymakers as they respond to the challenges around recovering from the pandemic.

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  • Since 1990, Eurofound has analysed the working conditions of EU employees and the self-employed in its European Working Conditions Survey. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Eurofound had to abandon the established approach of face-to-face interviews and move to telephone interviews. In 2021, it contacted more than 58,000 workers in the 27 EU Member States to understand the kind of working conditions they faced during the pandemic. The unique, fully harmonised dataset collected in 2021 is currently being analysed.

     

    This short video presents some of the highlights drawn from the preliminary data.

     

Istraživanja

Eurofound provodi tri paneuropska istraživanja kako bi doprinio planiranju i stvaranju boljih životnih i radnih uvjeta. Ta istraživanja nude jedinstveni izvor poredbenih informacija o kvaliteti životnih i radnih uvjeta diljem EU-a.

Opservatoriji

Eurofound ima dva opservatorija čiji se rad uvelike temelji na radu mreže europskih korespondenata Eurofounda kao i na drugim istraživačkim aktivnostima.