14 July 2015
This issue contains articles on: Findings in figures; High-paid jobs showing most growth; Investigating job tenure in turbulent times; News in brief; and Latest from EurWORK.
19 June 2015
Ageing of the population is likely to threaten the ability of states to finance welfare states and social protection systems in the future. A viable solution is to increase employment rates and to lengthen working life. To achieve this dual...
15 June 2015
The Consolidated annual activity report of the Authorising Officer for the year 2014 describes Eurofound's activities, particularly its research and information and communication programmes.
11 June 2015
This issue contains articles on: Findings in figures; Snapshot of living and working in Europe in 2014; Making the most of childcare services; News in brief; and Publications.
26 May 2015
Eurofound in 2014 expanded its evidence base on the repercussions of the crisis on the living and working conditions of Europeans, and offered guidance on viable options available to policymakers in their efforts to turn Europe around.
20 May 2015
The Austrian Economic League maintained its majority position, but its support was down on the previous election in 2010
19 May 2015
A new agreement on the pay and working time of physicians in Vienna has been overwhelmingly rejected in a ballot of physicians, but the municipal government is reluctant to reopen negotiations.
13 May 2015
This issue contains articles on: Findings in figures; Fostering young entrepreneurs in Europe; Impact of crisis on wage inequality; News in brief; and Publications.
29 April 2015
According to a European-wide survey, presented on March 20 in Vienna, 8% of Austrian employees suffer from permanent exposure and 37% from repeated exposure to stress. The main causes of stress exposure are time pressure, permanent restruct...
28 April 2015
Economic recovery in the EU has some positive tailwinds at last. These come in three forms; reduced oil prices are a significant boon to the EU as it is a major net importer; the ECB’s decision to adopt unconventional monetary policy options previously implemented in other developed economies (quantitative easing) appears to be providing positive stimulus; and this has contributed to lowering the value of the euro against other currencies, boosting demand for European exports.