Fourth European Working Conditions Survey (résumé)

Résumé
Published
19 March 2008
Authors: 
Eurofound

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Work plays a significant part in the lives of most Europeans. It is recognised at EU policy level that understanding the conditions under which people work across the different EU countries is central to achieving improved quality of work, greater productivity and increased employment – the so called Lisbon objectives. The Foundation’s European working conditions surveys, conducted every five years, have been providing a valuable insight into quality-of-work issues since 1990. The fourth European Working Conditions Survey presents the views of workers on a wide range of issues including work organisation, working time, equal opportunities, training, health and well-being and job satisfaction.
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    Fourth European Working Conditions Survey (résumé)

    Authors: 
    Eurofound

    Work plays a significant part in the lives of most Europeans. It is recognised at EU policy level that understanding the conditions under which people work across the different EU countries is central to achieving improved quality of work, greater productivity and increased employment – the so called Lisbon objectives. The Foundation’s European working conditions surveys, conducted every five years, have been providing a valuable insight into quality-of-work issues since 1990. The fourth European Working Conditions Survey presents the views of workers on a wide range of issues including work organisation, working time, equal opportunities, training, health and well-being and job satisfaction.

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