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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

Restructuring toolkit  (2009)
This Restructuring Toolkit seeks to provide guidance on anticipating, preparing and managing corporate restructuring in an economically efficient and socially responsible way. It comprises a number of mutually interdependent guidelines for all stakeholders, including companies, employees' representatives, individual workers, the social partners and national and regional authorities throughout the restructuring process. It is organised under actions that should be taken continuously, during or after the restructuring process.

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.

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).

Employment Committee's contribution to the informal Employment Summit  (2009)
As the current adverse employment situation is likely to worsen further over the next months, the Employment Committee underlines the importance of this Summit in clearly identifying risks for employment and social exclusion.

Key Messages from the EPSCO Council to the Spring European Council  (2009)
The rapid increase of unemployment is central to the concerns of EU's citizens: timely, temporary, targeted measures are necessary to stimulate employment, to prevent and limit job losses and social impacts.

Country-specific Integrated Recommendations  (2009)
Implementation of the Lisbon Strategy Structural Reforms in the context of the European Economic Recovery Plan. This approach reflects the integrated structure of the NRPs and Implementation Reports, as well as the necessary consistency between the employment guidelines and the Article 99(2) broad economic policy guidelines, as underlined in Article 128(2).

Restructuring forum Sectors' New Skills for New Jobs 7& 8 Dec 2009: Plenary presentations  (2009)
Powerpoint presentations made during the plenary sessions of the restructuring forum on Sectors' new skills for new jobs in Brussels on 7 and 8 December

EMCO opinion on Skills and Mobility  (2009)
Geographical, occupational, sectoral and social mobility and skills development strategies are crucial for confronting the crisis, paving the way for recovery, and easing the restructuring processes. In Europe, areas of persistent high unemployment co-exist with skills shortages and bottlenecks even in times of crisis.

Draft Joint Employment Report (JER) 2009/2010  (2009)
Despite signs of economic recovery in the EU, employment prospects generally remain unfavourable, with overall unemployment still on the rise, albeit at a diminishing pace. After a period of strongly improving labour market performance until early 2008, the worldwide financial and economic crisis has threatened much of this previous success.