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Press Releases • Nov 17, 2016 08:10 GMT
The overview report of the pan-European sixth European Working Conditions Survey #6EWCS is launched today 17 November 2016
Press Releases • Nov 03, 2016 17:15 GMT
Eurofound launches the overview report of its 6th European Working Conditions Survey (6th EWCS) at a joint event with the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, on 17 November 2016. Join the debate on Twitter at #6EWCS
New report stresses need for stronger monitoring of labour market agencies to prevent trafficking of workers
Press Releases • Apr 27, 2016 14:00 BST
Press Releases • Nov 24, 2015 12:45 GMT
The first findings from Eurofound’s 6th European Working Conditions Survey presents a diverse picture of Europe at work over time across countries, occupations, gender and age groups. It was presented for the first time today at a joint high-level event with the Luxembourg EU Presidency.
Press Releases • Sep 23, 2015 10:00 BST
Eurofound’s new report 'Social inclusion of young people' gives an in-depth analysis of early Youth Guarantee implementation and reviews policies for social inclusion and participation in several Member States, and provides recommendations as to how to improve the levels of social inclusion of young people across the European Union.
Press Releases • May 26, 2015 10:45 BST
This year marks 40 years for the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound), the Dublin-based EU Agency charged with providing knowledge in the area of social and work-related policies.
Migrants from central and eastern EU Member States access fewer benefits overall than local population
Press Releases • Dec 10, 2015 13:00 GMT
Eurofound launches report that analyses the use of various social services and benefits by intra-EU migrants and shows that the ‘welfare magnet’ hypothesis - that EU mobile workers are coming from new EU Member States to older Member States in order to access benefits - is essentially untrue.
Press Releases • Aug 31, 2015 15:50 BST
Eurofound publishes its annual ‘Developments in collectively agreed pay’ report
News • Aug 17, 2017 07:45 BST
The difference in working time between workers in the 28 EU Member States remains large and is especially marked between the ‘older’ 15 EU Member States and the 13 new Member States that joined the EU since 2004, according to new research from Eurofound.