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  • 16 Decembris 2007
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
    Important notice! If you would like to receive Eurofound News by email (10 issues a year), please sign up now. Director’s diary Further developing the European Social Model The German EU Presidency takes seriously the underlying premise of the European Social Agenda: that social, employment and economic policies do not have to compete with each other but are mutually complementary. During the first six months of 2007, the Foundation will bring its experiences, research and data to four ministerial and international events as well as several smaller ones in the framework of the Presidency.
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
    Important notice! If you would like to receive Eurofound News by email (10 issues a year), please sign up now. IN BRIEF News in pictures Jorma Karppinen, Director of Eurofound, with Leonard Orban, European Commissioner for Multilingualism, at Eurofound’s recent roadshow visit to Ljubljana, Slovenia.
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
    Musculoskeletal disorders still the most widespread work-related diseases Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) remain the most common work-related diseases, according to a new comparative report 'Managing musculoskeletal disorders' published by Eurofound’s European Working Conditions Observatory (EWCO). The results, which constitute the first secondary study based on the Foundation’s 4th European Working Conditions Survey, will be presented at a conference on MSDs to be held in Lisbon on October 11-12.
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  • 16 Decembris 2007
    Better work-life balance will improve Europe’s productivity Choose your preferred language option: DE FR 1. Working time developments in Europe The average working week for all workers in the new EU Member States is 44.4 hours, against 38.2 hours in the former EU15, according to research carried out by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions. Average weekly working hours remain longest (40 hours) in Hungary, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia and Malta, and shortest in France (35), the Netherlands (37) and Denmark (37). The average collectively agreed normal weekly hours in the UK is 37.2.
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