Eurofound’s European Restructuring Monitor database reveals the impact of the energy crisis on employment in the EU. Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, energy prices have hit record highs. The European Commission imposed sanctions and limitations on the import of oil and gas from Russia, which has reacted by reneging on supply commitments to many Member States. Compared to other countries, market disruption has been especially acute in the EU, given the bloc’s overdependence on Russian energy supply.
European Restructuring Monitor
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- 17 Septembris 2006 - 7 Decembris 2022
The European Restructuring Monitor (ERM) has reported on the employment impact of large-scale business restructuring since 2002. This publication series include the ERM reports, as well as blogs, articles and working papers on restructuring-related events in the EU27 and Norway.
- Report26 Septembris 2022
Banku mazumtirdzniecības pakalpojumu nozare ir auglīgs pamats, lai pētītu digitalizācijas ietekmi uz darbu un nodarbinātību. Finanšu pakalpojumi arvien vairāk tiek sniegti tiešsaistē bez klientu apkalpošanas iestāžu starpniecības. Daudzas bankas šajā nozarē kopš pasaules finanšu krīzes ir piedzīvojušas regulāru pārstrukturēšanu, un tā ir viena no nedaudzajām pakalpojumu nozarēm, kurās nodarbinātības līmenis ir stagnējošs vai tas samazinās.
- Article18 Novembris 2021
While high-street banks reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic by accelerating the push to digitalisation and cutting jobs, some digital-only banks are recruiting new staff to meet growing demand. An example is the ‘disruptor’ bank Revolut which has recently announced the creation of 1,000 jobs worldwide, including in several EU Member States.
- Report10 Novembris 2020
Šim ziņojumam ir divējāds mērķis. Pirmkārt, tajā ir pārskatītas nesenās pārstrukturēšanas darbības ES no 2019. gada janvāra līdz Covid-19 krīzes pirmajai ietekmei (to ieskaitot). Otrajā daļā ir analizēti transnacionālās pārstrukturēšanas gadījumi, kas skar darba ņēmējus vairāk nekā vienā valstī. Abu analīžu galvenais avots ir Eiropas Uzņēmumu pārstrukturēšanas uzraudzības centra notikumu datubāze, kurā apkopoti dati par vairāk nekā 25 000 liela mēroga pārstrukturēšanas gadījumu kopš tā darbības sākšanas 2002. gadā, tostarp gandrīz 2000 pārstrukturēšanas gadījumu kopš 2019. gada sākuma.
- Article21 Maijs 2019
The U.S. online retail giant Amazon is investing heavily in Europe, creating 11,580 jobs in 2018 alone. As Europe turns towards e-commerce, automation and digitalisation, Amazon will play a key role in reshaping the retail sector. But its impacts are unlikely to be confined to retail alone.
- Report16 Maijs 2019
Eurofound’s European Restructuring Monitor (ERM) is a unique EU-wide dataset on larger-scale restructuring events, which monitors the announced employment effects of restructuring in the EU28 and Norway. Using reports from selected media titles, the ERM is updated on a daily basis. This report gives an overview of key trends in restructuring in 2018, detailing the companies and sectors and European regions that experienced the greatest job losses and job gains.
- Blog2 Maijs 2019
Company restructuring may hit the headlines less in good times, but it remains a central experience in the working life of many. According to the most recent European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) data, just under one in three (30%) employees in the EU reported that restructuring had taken place at their workplace in the preceding three years. A similar proportion reported working in downsized workplaces. Large scale restructuring involving job loss is usually well-documented, and there is rightly a focus on what options there are for those who have lost their jobs. But what impact does all this have on those that are left behind?
- Article5 Decembris 2018
Lloyds Banking Group is investing £3 billion (€3.35 billion) in technology and staff to improve its digital services. As a result, the Group has announced that it is cutting over 6,000 existing positions while creating 8,000 new jobs oriented towards digital technologies. The move reflects the growing shift towards digital service provision by the world’s biggest banking firms, with the amount of transactions in high-street banks falling and those online increasing.
- Annual report25 Oktobris 2018
Using data from the sixth European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS), carried out in 2015, the ERM report 2018 examines how workplace factors may influence the relationship between restructuring (with job losses) and the outcomes for employees. It also reviews policy and academic research on good practice in restructuring.
- Blog20 Jūlijs 2017
The next few months will determine the future of Alitalia and its 12,000 employees. The Italian flag carrier entered into bankruptcy proceedings in May after workers rejected a deal brokered by unions and management that would have seen job and pay cuts. Alitalia is currently losing up to €100 million per month and is continuing to operate thanks to an Italian government bridging loan. Meanwhile, administrators are accepting bids to take over the business from around 20 airlines, including from low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet, whose emergence has presented such a challenge to national airlines.