Denna rapport grundas på den fjärde upplagan av Europeiska företagsundersökningen (ECS), som genomfördes gemensamt av Eurofound och Cedefop under 2019. I rapporten beskrivs flera olika metoder och strategier som genomförs av europeiska företag med avseende på arbetets organisation, förvaltning av mänskliga resurser, kompetensanvändning och kompetensutveckling samt arbetstagarnas inflytande.
European Company Surveys
- Published between
- 1 juni 2006 - 13 oktober 2020
The European Company Survey (ECS) is carried out every four to five years since its inception in 2004–2005, with the latest edition in 2019. The survey is designed to provide information on workplace practices to develop and evaluate socioeconomic policy in the EU. It covers issues around work organisation, working time arrangements and work–life balance, flexibility, workplace innovation, employee involvement, human resource management, social dialogue, and most recently also skills use, skills strategies and digitalisation.
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- Report27 mars 2015
The third wave of Eurofound’s European Company Survey was carried out in 2013. It surveyed management representatives in over 24,000 establishments; where available, employee representatives were also interviewed – in 6,800 of these establishments.Social dialog, Participation at work, Arbetstid, Arbetsvillkor och hållbart arbete, Working conditions, Sustainable work, Work organisation, Health and well-being at work, Jämställdhet, Sysselsättnings- och arbetsmarknader, Arbetsmarknadsrelationer och social dialog, Arbetsmarknadsrelationer, Innovation, Kvalitet i arbetet
- Report30 maj 2011
The European Company Survey 2009 on flexibility practices and social dialogue is the second European-wide establishment survey to be undertaken by Eurofound. The survey documents flexibility strategies in firms and is a unique source of comparative information on social dialogue at the workplace. According to management and employee representatives in 27,000 public and private establishments across Europe, working time flexibility is the most common type of flexibility available in European companies.
- Report1 juni 2006
The Foundation’s Company Survey on Working Time and Work–Life Balance 2004–2005 set out to map the use of a variety of working time arrangements in companies, to assess the reasons for their introduction and their impact. This report presents an overview of the survey’s initial findings. It focuses on aspects such as flexible time arrangements in general, overtime, part-time work, nonstandard working hours, childcare leave and other forms of long-term leave, phased and early retirement and company policies to support work-life balance.