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Observatorio Europeo del Empleo
KE-30-08-436-FR-D

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30/06/2016

Evidence Review - Challenges of work-life balance faced by working families  (30/06/2016)

Catalog N. :QA-01-16-511-EN-N

The aim of this review is to providence evidence of the expected costs and benefits on work-life balance incurred by five reforms envisaged by the European Commission: the introduction of a carer's leave; paternity leave; paid parental leave; father's quota; breastfeed provisions at work; and flexible and part-time work arrangement.

This publication is only available in electronic format in English.

30/06/2016

Inclusive Business Creation - Good Practice Compendium  (30/06/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-01-16-314-EN-N

This compendium contains 20 case studies of public programmes in European countries that are successfully supporting business creation by people from disadvantaged and under-represented groups in entrepreneurship. The populations targeted by these programmes include youth, women, seniors, the unemployed, immigrants, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities. Each programme description details the programme’s activities and approach, assesses the challenges faced in development and implementation, and offers tips for successful transfer to other contexts.

This publication is only available in electronic format in English. German and French versions will follow.

17/06/2016

Analytical Web Note 1/2016 - Labour Market Transitions  (17/06/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-BM-15-012-EN-N

This Web Note presents empirical evidence on labour market transitions in the European Union (EU) using the new flow statistics from the EU Labour Force Survey (EU‐LFS) and micro-data from the EU Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EUSILC). While the new transition rates from the EU-LFS have the advantage of being more timely, they provide limited information on socio-demographic characteristics and employment conditions. By contrast, EU-SILC micro-data are less timely, but allow more detailed individual characteristics (age, gender, education, type of contract, etc.) to be brought into the analysis.

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09/06/2016

The European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens  (09/06/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-02-15-657-EN-N

The EU has developed the Digital Competence Framework for Citizens — known as DigComp — and a related self-assessment tool. These resources provide people with the opportunity to assess their digital competence and identify gaps in their knowledge, skills and attitudes. Using DigComp will help citizens to achieve goals related to work, employability, learning, leisure and participation in the digital society.

25/05/2016

Practitioner’s toolkit to assist PES with the development of customer satisfaction measurement systems  (25/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-02-16-407-EN-N

This toolkit is intended to assist public employment services (PES) in designing and implementing their approach to measuring customer satisfaction. It provides concrete guidance and tools to develop customer satisfaction measurement systems from scratch or to review and refine existing systems.

25/05/2016

Measuring customer satisfaction with PES - Increasing PES effectiveness by meeting customer needs  (25/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-02-16-337-EN-N

This analytical paper aims to raise awareness of the wider concepts and developments relating to customer satisfaction and customer satisfaction measurement in publics sector organisations, particularly public employment services.

24/05/2016

Study on higher vocational education and training in the EU  (24/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-04-16-319-EN-N

This study provides an overview of all forms of higher vocational education and training (VET) across the 28 EU member states. It focuses on identifying and understanding the main characteristics and features of higher VET and also reviews the main trends, developments and challenges of this form of education.

The annexes include an overview of the types of programmes and qualifications analysed, case studies, statistics, list of experts and templates.

18/05/2016

Pilot project - Promoting protection of the right to housing - Homelessness prevention in the context of evictions  (18/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE0216339

This study focuses on the protection of the right to housing in EU countries and in particular on evictions from primary residences. It provides an overview and analysis of available data and trends regarding housing evictions, and establishes the reasons for and impacts of eviction. The report focuses in particular on the link between eviction and homelessness. It also reviews the measures put in place by Member States to prevent evictions and enable early interventions. In addition, the study suggests ways to improve data collection and monitoring of evictions. On the basis of this research and analysis, a number of recommendations are suggested to promote protection of the right to housing and homelessness prevention in the context of evictions.

Annex: List of provisions in EU Member States constitutions preventing forcible entry to the home without due process or law

02/05/2016

Peer Review in Hungary: Conditional cash transfers and their impact on children  (02/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-BF-16-001-EN-N

Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) are payments to people who meet certain conditions. CCTs are increasingly being used to encourage families to invest in their children. However, there is limited scientific evidence on the effects of such programmes. The Peer Review in Budapest (October 2015) gave policy-makers thinking of introducing or reforming CCTs the opportunity to share experience and exchange views. This report summarises the key issues discussed and the lessons learned. It is available in electronic format in English, French, German and Hungarian.

02/05/2016

Peer Review in the Czech Republic: Provision of quality early childcare services  (02/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE-BF-16-002-EN-N

This Peer Review, held in Prague (November 2015), discussed Czech family policy at a time of change, and more specifically the future shape of the country’s early childhood education and care. Drawing on the experience of peer countries, international experts, the European Commission as well as local and European stakeholder organisations, it identified a number of practical lessons both for the Czech Republic and for the EU as a whole. This report summarises the key issues discussed and the lessons learned. It is available in electronic format in English, French, German and Czech.