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  • 16 Decembris 2007
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
    Life satisfaction levels across Europe Mean life satisfaction on a scale from 1 ‘very dissatisfied’ to 10 ‘very satisfied’ Source: EQLS, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2004
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
    PRESS RELEASE Health "an absolute priority" in Ireland and the European Union Health remains the social policy issue at the heart of citizens' concerns not just in Ireland but in the European Union as a whole. When asked about the main factors affecting their quality of life, the majority of European citizens rank health as their number one priority ahead of income and family life. This was just one of the findings of the European Commission's second annual report on The Social Situation in the European Union which was launched at the Commission offices in Dublin this morning. Details of the European Foundation's new initiative on Monitoring Living Conditions and the Quality of Life in the EU were also announced.
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    Important notice! If you would like to receive Eurofound News by email (10 issues a year), please sign up now. Flexible working can boost performance Flexible working time arrangements are more likely to be found in organisations operating in Nordic countries, in large organisations and in the areas of commercial services, public administration, health services and transport. While establishments with such arrangements perform somewhat better and show higher rates of employment growth, the type of flexibility implemented in the establishment appears to be as important as the extent of flexibility offered.
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