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European Restructuring Monitor - Issue 2/2011 (2011)
The EU economy continued to grow over the last quarter with more positive data in particular from core economies. Problems of sovereign debt management however persist in several eurozone Member States and negative economic news from other developed economies has tended to more than mitigate any positive momentum arising from the dynamism of the emerging market economies. The second issue for 2011 includes: summary; current macroeconomic trends and prospects; overview of ERM cases April-June 2011; restructuring in the public sector; restructuring research notes; note on methodology.
European Vacancy Monitor (2011)
According to the July edition of the European Vacancy Monitor, labour demand increased in the private sector in most EU countries. Employment in the public sector shrank, mainly in the areas of education, health and social work. Recovery in the private sector favoured mainly industrial workers, technicians, plant and machine operators, craft and related trade workers. Job vacancies in manufacturing rose by around 50 % in the fourth quarter of 2010 compared to the same quarter in 2009.
European restructuring monitor quarterly - Issue 3, autumn 2011 (2011)
Announced job losses due to company restructuring activity declined in the third quarter, according to the latest edition of the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM) quarterly. Job losses did, however, continue to outnumber job gains as they have done in every quarter since the onset of the 2008-9 recession. During the previous quarter, companies undergoing large-scale restructuring in the European Union announced nearly 60.000 job losses.
From education to the workplace - Seminar conclusions (2011)
On 30 June, a seminar on Youth and Employment was hosted by the Employment and Social Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, and jointly organised by the four agencies: Cedefop (the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Thessaloniki), ETF (the European Training Foundation, Torino), EU-OSHA (the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, Bilbao) and Eurofound (the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin).
Health and work: a difficult relationship? (2011)
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.
Learning while working: Success stories on workplace learning in Europe (2011)
Cedefop’s report Learning while working: success stories on workplace learning in Europe presents an overview of key trends in adult learning in the workplace. It takes stock of previous research carried out by Cedefop between 2003 and 2010 on key topics for adult learning: governance and the learning regions; social partner roles in lifelong learning policies; training in SMEs; cost-sharing mechanisms to support continuing training; VET teacher and in-company trainer emerging roles; changing competence requirements and professional development; older workers’ learning needs; lifelong guidance; and validation of non-formal and informal learning.
Lifelong guidance across Europe: reviewing policy progress and future prospects (2011)
This guidance policy review outlines the progress made across Europe in working towards more coherent and holistic lifelong guidance provision. It reviews the action taken during 2007-10 in the four priority areas of the Council resolution on better integrating lifelong guidance into lifelong learning strategies (Council of the European Union, 2008b). The review addresses the benefits of successfully integrating lifelong guidance into national lifelong learning and employment strategies and aims at bringing foresight into decision-making processes concerning the medium- and long-term challenges and opportunities in lifelong guidance.