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Does Corporate Responsibility Pay Off?
The Vienna University of Economics and Business, explores the links between CSR and competitiveness in 3 European industrial sectors: construction, textiles and chemicals.
Health and work: a difficult relationship?
This issue of Foundation Focus looks at the relationship between work and health, using first findings from Eurofound’s fifth European Working Conditions Survey which was launched on 16 and 17 November 2010 under the Belgian EU presidency.
The fourth issue for 2011 includes: - current macroeconomic trends and prospects; - overview of ERM cases October-December 2011; - restructuring at SAAB, Sweden; - restructuring in the banking sector; - restructuring research notes: Eurofound's restructuring support measures database.
Preparing for the upswing: training and qualification during the crisis
This report gathers information about changes in the participation of workers and companies in continuous training and presents an overview of measures aimed at supporting companies to develop the skills of their workers during the crisis. It also identifies good examples of training measures implemented by enterprises.
Annual Growth Survey 2011
Europe has a comprehensive plan to respond to the crisis and to speed up Europe's economic growth. It now needs to focus its efforts in a coordinated manner and with an eye on priorities. The Annual Growth Survey charts a clear direction on where Europe should be heading in the next year and is the start of the first "European Semester" which changes the way governments shape their economic and fiscal policies.
Industrial relations developments in the commerce sector in Europe: Country report on Romania
In November 2010 Eurofound published a comprehensive report on the European Commerce sector analysing the recent developments in industrial relations in the commerce sector in seven selected EU Member States in the last three years (http://tiny.cc/1b7qc). This is the country report dealing with the situation in Romania.
Reducing early school leaving in the EU
This study reviews the scale and nature of the problem of early school leaving in the EU. It examines in detail how countries are trying to tackle this problem and identifies characteristics of effective policies, leading to a range of recommendations for European and national level actors in the future. The study is based on in-depth country research in nine Member States, as well as analysis of international and national literature.
Europe 2020 and employment for young people
The European Economic and Social Committee has thrown its weight behind the European Union’s efforts to help young people find their way into work. Youth unemployment is a tragic waste of potential, which not only undermines economic growth but could also have serious consequences for social cohesion in the future.
Adapting unemployment benefit systems to the economic cycle
In July 2011, 33 national articles on the theme of ‘adapting unemployment benefit systems to the economic cycle’ were commissioned from the European Employment Observatory (EEO) network of SYSDEM experts. This document summarises key messages emerging from these articles and draws links with policy developments, studies and data collected at European and international level. Further detail on the national-level developments discussed in this report can be found in the national articles, which are available on the EEO website (http://www.eu-employment-observatory.net/).
Management practices and sustainable organisational performance: an analysis of the European Company
This report, based on secondary data analysis of Eurofound’s recent European Company Survey (ECS) 2009, explores the links between a broad range of workplace practices and sustainable organisational performance. There is consistent evidence across all the results that use of High Performance Work Practices (HPWPs) are associated with improved performance outcomes for both employees and the workplace.