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  • Recent restructuring trends in the EU

    The ERM report 2007 Restructuring and employment in the EU: The impact of globalisation argues that the nature and extent of globalisation has so far not had any serious overall negative consequences for aggregate employment in Europe. This report complements the ERM report 2007 with pertinent data from the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM). It provides evidence of restructuring and employment in all 28 countries included in the ERM, i.e. the EU27 and Norway.
  • Eurofound News, Issue 1, January 2008

    This issue contains the following articles: Director's diary; Gender inequality in the workplace; Company cases highlight best practice; In brief; and Latest events and publications.
  • Social partners present proposals for reform of economic and social council

    The Malta Council for Economic and Social Development (MCESD [1]), Malta’s highest forum for tripartite concertation, was established by an act of parliament (Act No. XV) in 2001. In recent times, the government stated that the council should enter ‘a new phase’ by expanding and improving current operations given its need for reform. [1]