Corral Alza, Antonio
09 máj 2013
The Spanish National Institute of Safety and Hygiene at Work (INSHT ) published a report, A study on the effects of restructuring on the health of workers (in Spanish) , in April 2012. The report was based on a literature review and qualitative research.  http://www.insht.es/portal/site/Insht/  http://www.insht.es/portal/site/Insht/menuitem.1f1a3bc79ab34c578c2e8884060961ca/?vgnextoid=0e6ff5a3b04e6310VgnVCM1000008130110aRCRD&vgnextchannel=ac18b12ff8d81110VgnVCM100000dc0ca8c0RCRD
06 máj 2013
The effects of the economic crisis in Spain have been analysed by the First of May Foundation , a non-profit institution created by the Trade Union Confederation of Workers’ Committees (CCOO ). Its findings have been published in a report, The economic crisis and its effects on jobs in Spain (in Spanish, 789Kb PDF) , that examines several variables, such as business structure, employment trends, activity, unemployment and labour market entry and exit.  http://www.1mayo.ccoo.es/nova/NPortada  http://www.ccoo.es/csccoo/menu.do  http://www.1mayo.ccoo.es/nova/files/1018/Informe55.pdf
17 október 2012
The Work and Family–Life Balance Barometer 2012 (/Barómetro de Conciliación/) was created using data collected from 710 questionnaires completed by Spanish employees. Using these data, the business services consultancy firm Edenred  and IESE Business School  have published a report (in Spanish, 2.4Mb PDF)  outlining the findings of the survey.  http://www.edenred.es/  http://www.iese.edu/en/  http://www.iese.edu/research/pdfs/ESTUDIO-174.pdf
09 október 2012
According to the 2009 National Survey on Enterprises’ Health and Safety Management, 43% of companies with six or more workers had risk prevention representatives. Of the surveyed establishments, 20% did not carry out risk assessments whereas 61% had arranged health and safety training in the previous two years. Use of external prevention services had increased since 1999. Work accidents and musculoskeletal problems were the most frequently registered health risks.
26 august 2012
The main report (EF0125EN) examines the current provision of environmental and sustainable development training in SMEs, based on national studies carried out in nine EU Member States which focused on the chemicals, food and drink, and printing sectors. This is a summary of the Spanish report (EF00122).
02 február 2012
The General Workers’ Union (UGT ) has published a report on the evolution of working time (in Spanish, 720Kb PDF)  and extra working time among Spain’s workforce. The report is based on data provided by the Survey on Active Population (EPA ) collated by the Spanish National Institute of Statistics (INE ) on a quarterly basis (yearly averages are also available), and on data produced by Confederate Executive Commission (CEC) of the UGT.  http://www.ugt.es/  http://www.ugt.es/actualidad/2011/abril/UGT_evolucion%20del%20tiempo%20de%20trabajo.pdf  http://www.ine.es/jaxi/menu.do?type=pcaxis&path=/t22/e308_mnu&file=inebase&N=&L=0  http://www.ine.es
04 február 2009
The aims of the study are to provide an outline of SMEs in their social, economic, and environmental context; a rough determination of SMEs’ needs for education and training relating to the environment and sustainable development; a rough determination of training and information needs of regulatory agencies; and an outline of the provision of education and training from different sources.
24 jún 2008
The First Spanish Equality at Work Monitor (Monitor Español de Igualdad Laboral ), prepared by Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School, Villafañe & Asociados Consulting and the recruitment agency Adecco, assesses equality practices in Spain, as well as improvements in the employment situation of women. The report includes a quantitative study, based on a survey among 124 companies from different economic sectors, together with a qualitative analysis based on in-depth interviews with university experts, company representatives and policymakers.  http://www.adecco.es/SalaPrensa/EstudioCasos.aspx?est_id=280
18 máj 2008
In May 2007, the Institute for Labour, Environment and Health (Instituto Sindical de Trabajo, Ambiente y Salud, ISTAS ), established by the Trade Union Confederation of Workers’ Commissions (Confederación Sindical de Comisiones Obreras, CC.OO ), carried out a study entitled Labour Ecobarometer 2007 (in Spanish, 260Kb PDF) . The research is based on a survey among 600 workers in Spain concerning the expected impact of climate change on employment and other environmental and economy-related issues, such as renewable energy sources and policy, infrastructure and territory. The survey results were published in February 2008.  http://www.istas.net/web/portada.asp  http://www.ccoo.es/csccoo/  http://www.istas.net/web/abreenlace.asp?idenlace=4843
05 august 2007
In April 2007, the Spanish parliament (Congreso de los Diputados ) approved a report (in Spanish, 657Kb PDF)  with policy proposals on the regulation and adaptation of working time regulation and work flexibility in Spain. The overall aim of the report is to address the issue of reconciling work, family and personal life in a balanced way. The report analyses the concept of work-life balance  and provides an in-depth review of the current situation, highlighting those elements that underline the extent of the problem in Spain (see also the EWCO article ‘Working time organisation under review’, ES0603019I ).  http://www.congreso.es/portal/page/portal/Congreso/Congreso  http://www.congreso.es/public_oficiales/L8/CONG/BOCG/D/D_480.PDF  www.eurofound.europa.eu/ef/observatories/eurwork/industrial-relations-dictionary/worklife-balance-0  www.eurofound.europa.eu/ef/observatories/eurwork/articles/working-conditions/working-time-organisation-under-review