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  • Catalogue of publications 2013–2016

  • Work organisation and innovation: Annexes

    This document comprises two annexes to the report Work organisation and innovation. Annex 1: Summary of some major public policy initiatives related to innovations in HPWPs. Annex 2: Interview guides for human resources or lead managers, senior managers, line managers, employees representatives, and employees.

  • Third European Quality of Life Survey: Questionnaire

    English language version of the questionnaire for the 3rd European Quality of Life Survey which was carried out in 2011-2012. It was used as the source questionnaire for the translation of the 38 language versions for the 34 countries where the survey took place.

  • Working conditions in atypical work

    A leaflet summarising Foundation research into different forms of atypical work such as non-permanent; temporary agency; part-time and self employment.

  • Jobs in EU micro firms

    A summary of the most relevant findings to emerge from research and debate activities promoted by the Foundation on employment and the quality of work in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), with a particular focus on micro firms.

  • Linking welfare and work

    The relationship between work and welfare is a major policy issue that has to be resolved in a way that meets the needs of individuals, the market, and society as a whole. This relationship and its complexities forms the subject of a series of papers commissioned by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions and presented in the publication Linking Welfare and Work. The full text of the contributions can be downloaded from the Foundation Web site.

  • EIRObserver (Issue 6/03)

    The comparative supplement in this issue of EIRObserver is the first to focus exclusively on some of the new Member States, looking at the way in which labour disputes, both individual and collective, are resolved in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. The supplement looks at: individual dispute settlement, examining pre-court procedures and the role of trade unions, bargaining and labour inspectorates; collective dispute settlement, including arbitration, mediation and conciliation; and the regulation of, and recent trends in, strikes and other industrial action.

  • EIRObserver (Issue 1/02)

    EIRObserver is the bi-monthly bulletin of the European Industrial Relations Observatory. It contains an edited selection of feature and news items, based on some of the reports supplied for the EIROnline database over each two-month period. On top of this, EIRO also conducts comparative research on specific themes. The comparative supplement examines work-related stress as an issue in industrial relations in the EU Member States and Norway. It outlines the regulatory framework, the extent to which stress is an issue in collective bargaining, and the views and actions of the social partners and public authorities. The study finds that stress is rarely dealt with specifically in health and safety legislation and is an issue in collective bargaining in only a few countries.

  • EIRObserver (Issue 2/00)

    EIRObserver is the bi-monthly bulletin of the European Industrial Relations Observatory. It contains an edited selection of feature and news items, based on some of the reports supplied for the EIROnline database over each two-month period. On top of this, EIRO also conducts comparative research on specific themes. This issue's comparative supplement looks at recent developments in industrial relations in the rail transport sector against the backdrop of major restructuring. It examines the industry's changing structure, the key aspects of industrial relations, the main contents of collective bargaining and industrial conflict and its regulation. The study finds falling employment levels everywhere, changes in employee status in some countries, the development of new bargaining and representation structures, and varying levels of conflict.

  • EIRObserver (Issue 6/99)

    EIRObserver is the bi-monthly bulletin of the European Industrial Relations Observatory. It contains an edited selection of feature and news items, based on some of the reports supplied for the EIROnline database over each two-month period. On top of this, EIRO also conducts comparative research on specific themes. This issue's comparative supplement examines the changes that are taking place in industrial relations in the organisations and sectors concerned by privatisation and liberalisation, with a particular focus on the example of the telecommunications sector.

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