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The European Company Survey – First Findings (2009)
Resumé of Eurofound's large-scale representative survey addressed to managers and employee representatives from spring 2009. The European Company Survey 2009 – Flexibility practices and social dialogue (ECS) is the second European-wide establishment survey launched by Eurofound. It covers the 27 EU Member States as well as Croatia, Turkey and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The European Company Survey documents flexibility strategies of firms and it is a unique source of comparative information on social dialogue at the workplace. Previous research at Eurofound has shown that companies use different flexibility practices not in isolation but in combination. The survey studied different measures of internal and external quantitative and qualitative flexibility.

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The Impacts of Climate Change on European Employment and Skills in the Short to Medium-Term (V1) (2009)
Volume 1 comprises fifteen company cases studies across a range of sectors examining how businesses are being influenced by, and responding to climate change and related polices, with a summary report pulling out the main lessons.

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The Impacts of Climate Change on European Employment and Skills in the Short to Medium-Term (V2) (2009)
This report is Volume 2 and summarise the main conclusions from the existing literature on the nature of climate change and related polices, their impact on the EU economy and on economic sectors, examining in particular the effects on employment and skills (differentiating short-term to long term impacts).

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