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A comprehensive analysis of emerging competences and skill needs for sector non-metallic materials (2009)
The sector accounted for about 100,000 enterprises, employing 1.62 million people, or 0.74% of overall EU employment, with 849,000 jobs in construction materials and 774 thousand in glass and ceramics. 79%, respectively 68% of these jobs were located in the EU-15. Employment in construction materials was roughly stable during the period 2000-2006. In glass and ceramics negative growth was observed in both the EU-15 and the NMS. Most jobs are in the categories extraction and building workers, plant operators, potters (glass), and labourers.

A comprehensive analysis of emerging competences and skill needs for telecommunications (2009)
Value added of the sector as a whole amounted to €190.3 bn in 2005, of which €136.2 bn was generated in the big five. These are in order of size: the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. Overall revenues amounted to €421.2 bn in 2005, of which an estimated €264 bn was produced by public telcos. In terms of turnover, the period 2000-2006 is characterised by uninterrupted growth (from 100 to 145 in index terms), with very strong growth in the beginning of the period, slowing down in 2005-2006 already and obviously further in the current crisis

A comprehensive analysis of emerging competences and skill needs for transports and logistics (2009)
In general, the transport sector (and in particular the road sector) is an important employer in Europe. In 2006, the transport sector employed some 9.62 million persons in the EU25. With 7.59 million employees, the EU15 (i.e., the old member states) represents the largest share of people employed in the transport sector

A comprehensive analysis of emerging competences and skill needs for transports and logistics (2009)
In general, the transport sector (and in particular the road sector) is an important employer in Europe. In 2006, the transport sector employed some 9.62 million persons in the EU25. With 7.59 million employees, the EU15 (i.e., the old member states) represents the largest share of people employed in the transport sector

A comprehensive analysis of emerging competences and skill needs for transports and logistics (2009)
In general, the transport sector (and in particular the road sector) is an important employer in Europe. In 2006, the transport sector employed some 9.62 million persons in the EU25. With 7.59 million employees, the EU15 (i.e., the old member states) represents the largest share of people employed in the transport sector.

A dynamic approach to the social aspects of corporate restructuring (2009)
This initiative aims at stimulating dialogue between social partners in order to identify and develop best practices on anticipating and managing restructuring.

Ad-hoc Group work programme 2009 and working methods (2009)
In 2008 it has been agreed that the Ad Hoc Group will reinforce its function of preparatory body to EMCO and therefore their agendas will be closely coordinated.

Change Management (2009)
Leaflet of EU Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunity on EU level initiatives, programmes and instruments to support actors involved in change management.

Communication from the Commission - Key messages from the Employment in Europe 2009 Report (2009)
The Communication from the European Commission was published in November 2009 and presents the key messages from the Employment in Europe 2009 Report.

Communication from the Commission: A shared commiment for employment (2009)
In its communication from June 2009, the EU COM declared its shared commitment for employment and defined key priorities for action: maintaining employment, creating jobs and promoting mobility; upgrading skills and matching labaour market needs; increasing access to employment. The EU COM states that the main impact of recession affects people and that the top challenge of the EU must be to prevent unemployment. Moreoever, the EU COM proposes a shared commitment for employment and a better cooperation between EU social partners and between the EU and its EU member states.