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No.1:
Title:Working conditions of workers of different ages : European working conditions survey 2015
Series Title: European working conditions survey
Part/Number:6,3
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Place:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-897-1619-2
Year/Date:2017
Pages:75 S.
Language:engl.
Subject:Beschäftigung und Arbeit | Statistik
Shelf Reference:EDZ-0440.209.6,3
No.2:
Title:Overview report / European working conditions survey
Series Title: European working conditions survey
Part/Number:1,1 | 5,1 | 6,1
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Place:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-897--2 [letzte Ausgabe]
Year/Date:2015 (Startjahr)
Language:engl.
Subject:Beschäftigung und Arbeit
Shelf Reference:EDZ-0440.209.1
Holding:detailed Information
No.3:
Title:Convergence and divergence of job quality in Europe 1995–2010 : a report based on the European Working Conditions Survey
Abstract:This report examines the upward and downward trends in job quality across the EU from 1995 to 2010. The improvement and harmonisation of working conditions are core objectives of the European Union, but many factors affect job quality. The report determines the statistical significance of trends in key dimensions of job quality and maps the patterns of convergence and divergence. It offers an up-to-date analysis of changes in job quality across the EU, providing new insights to inform policymaking. The study concludes that dedicated political effort is still needed to improve job quality since this does not appear to be an automatic consequence of economic or technological development. An executive summary is available - see Related content.
[Author vide Copyright]
Author:Holman, David | Holtgrewe, Ursula | Rafferty, Anthony | Ramioul, Monique | Vandekerckhove, Sem
Publisher:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year/Date:2015
Typ:Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 167226
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No.4:
Title:Women, men and working conditions in Europe : A report based on the fifth European Working Conditions Survey
Series Title: European working conditions survey
Part/Number:5,6
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Place:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-897-1128-9
Year/Date:2013
Pages:98 S.
Language:engl.
Subject:Beschäftigung und Arbeit
Shelf Reference:EDZ-0440.209.5,6
No.5:
Title:Working time and work–life balance in a life course perspective : A report based on the fifth European Working Conditions Survey
Abstract:Understanding how working time is organised and how this is impacting on balance of work versus private life is of fundamental importance. This general statement is very much in accordance with the main objective of the Europe 2020 employment strategy, stating that at least 75% of the population aged 20–64 should be employed by 2020, necessitating in many Member States a significant increase in women’s labour market participation. Drawing on data from Eurofound’s fifth European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS), based on interviews with more than 38,000 respondents in 34 countries, this report documents the prevailing working time patterns of employees, the self-employed and lone parents across five country clusters. It also analyses the relationship between paid employment and domestic activities, work–life balance and working time preferences across the life course.
[Eurofound]
Author:Anxo, Dominique | Franz, Christine | Kümmerling, Angelika
Publisher:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year/Date:2013
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 151807
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No.6:
Title:Sustainable work and the ageing workforce : A report based on the fifth European Working Conditions Survey
Series Title: European working conditions survey
Part/Number:5,5
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Place:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-897-1100-5
Year/Date:2012
Pages:VI, 97 S.
Language:engl.
Subject:Beschäftigung und Arbeit
Shelf Reference:EDZ-0440.209.5,5
No.7:
Title:Health and well-being at work : A report based on the fifth European Working Conditions Survey
Abstract:The health and well-being of individuals are two dimensions around which researchers and policymakers are re-arranging the debate on how to foster the progress of societies. Health and well-being have an intrinsic value, which should be part of the very definition of progress, and also a societal one because of their direct connection with issues such as labour force participation, productivity and sustainability. The aim of this report is to contribute to this debate, building on Eurofound’s European Working Conditions Surveys(EWCS), which have proven to be a valuable source of information on the topic since the early 1990s. Offering a very detailed view of working conditions, the surveys provide the unique opportunity to study the relationship of work with many health dimensions and, in the fifth EWCS, with a measure of emotional and psychological well-being of individuals.
[Eurofound]
Author:Ardito, Chiara | Leombruni, Roberto | Pacelli, Lia
Publisher:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year/Date:2012
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 154835
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No.8:
Title:Very atypical work - Exploratory analysis of fourth European Working Conditions Survey : Background paper
Abstract:This background paper has been prepared to complement the findings of a comparative analysis by Eurofound on what has been termed ‘very atypical work’ in the 27 European Union Member States (EU27). In the background paper, the definition of very atypical forms of work includes non-written employment contracts, contracts of less than 10 working hours a week and very short fixed-term contracts of six months or less. The comparative analytical report (Broughton et al, 2010) uses a similar categorisation, with the addition of zero-hour and on-call work contracts.
[Sara Riso]
Author:Riso, Sara
Publisher:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year/Date:2010
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 104435
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No.9:
Title:Quality report of the 4th European working conditions survey
Abstract:This quality report describes the various quality aspects of the 4th European working conditions survey in 31 European countries. It is based on reports dispatched from the coordinating organisation to the Foundation, on site audits and on the dataset itself. The primary aim of this document is to describe in some detail the six quality dimensions of the 4th EWC survey data so that users can make the best use of this data for their purposes.
[Author vide Copyright]
Author:Petrakos Agilis, Michalis
Publisher:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin
Year/Date:2007
Typ:Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 44615
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No.10:
Title:European Working Conditions Survey Seminar - Quality of work and employment in Europe: Women or men, does it matter? Background paper
Abstract:Casting the spotlight on the gender dimension in the workplace inevitably leads to an exploration of the different gendered elements of the experience of work in Europe. With this aim in mind, this paper will draw from the findings of the report Gender and working conditions in the European Union (Burchell et al, 2007). In turn, this report is based on secondary analysis of the data from the Foundation's fourth European Working Conditions Survey, as well as on recently published research from the Eurofound's observatories - the European Working Conditions Observatory (EWCO) and the European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO).
[Author vide Copyright]
Author:Riso, Sara
Publisher:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin
Year/Date:2007
Typ:Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 44608
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No.11:
Title:Fourth European Working Conditions Survey
Abstract:EU policymakers recognise that improving working conditions is crucial to achieving a better quality of work, greater productivity and increased employment – the Lisbon objectives. In this context, the Foundation’s European Working Conditions Surveys, conducted every five years, have been providing a valuable insight into key aspects of work since 1990. This report analyses the findings of the fourth European Working Conditions Survey, carried out in autumn 2005 across 31 countries, including the 27 EU Member States. Based on workers’ responses, it paints a broad and varied picture of the physical, intellectual and psychological dimensions of work and its impact on personal fulfilment and work-life balance.
[Author vide Copyright]
Author:Parent-Thirion, Agnès | Fernández Macías, Enrique | Hurley, John
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen | Office for Official Publications
Year/Date:2007
Typ:Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Language:engl.
Shelf Reference:ArchiDok (PID): 42763
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No.12:
Title:First findings / European working conditions survey
Series Title: European working conditions survey
Part/Number:2,2 | 4,2 | 5,2 | 6,2
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Place:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-897-1429-7 [letzte Ausgabe]
Year/Date:2006 (Startjahr)
Language:engl.
Subject:Beschäftigung und Arbeit
Shelf Reference:EDZ-0440.209.2
Holding:detailed Information
No.13:
Title:European working conditions survey
Editor/Corporate Body:European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Publisher:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Place:Luxemburg
Year/Date:1991 (Startjahr)
Language:engl.
Subject:Beschäftigung und Arbeit : Arbeitsbedingungen, Gesundheit und Sicherheit
Shelf Reference:EDZ-0440.209
Holding:detailed Information