EMCC European Monitoring Centre on Change

E.ON

16 Jul, 2015
    • Germany
    • United Kingdom
    • Non-European country
  • Organisation size

    1000+

  • Establishment size

    1000+

  • Type of restructuring
    • Business expansion
    • Internal restructuring
    • Merger/Acquisition
    • Outsourcing
    • Reshoring
  • Ownership
    • Private
  • Involved actors

    • Education/training provider
    • European Commission
  • Anticipation of change activities
    • Strategic long-term monitoring of individual organisations economic and financial situation
    • Training/skill development
    • Strategic long-term monitoring of market and technological developments
    • Promotion of geographic mobility
    • Promotion of internal mobility
    • Promotion of social dialogue
    • Career counselling and occupational orientation activities
  • Management of change activities
    • Working time flexibility measures
E.ON is one of the largest investor-owned energy providers in the world. The company delivers energy to millions of customers and, together with EDF, is the biggest energy supplier in Europe. Employing more than 80,000 people, E.ON also has the duty to establish favourable working conditions for its employees; in fact, the company carries out a vast number of initiatives for work–life balance, employee health and employee development.
 
keywords
  • Youth
  • Cross-border restructuring
  • Flexicurity
  • Greening
  • Globalisation/Internationalisation
  • Age management