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ESCO - European Classification of Skills/Competences, Qualifications and Occupations - The first public release - A Europe 2020 initiative  (17/10/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-03-13-496-EN-C

ESCO – boosting job matching throughout Europe European prosperity depends on a flourishing labour market which helps both working people and employers make the most of training and skills. EU citizens have an EU-wide labour market open to them and employers have a pool of people in 28 countries to choose from. However, matching the right worker to the right job remains a challenge. ESCO is a multilingual classification of occupations, skills, competences and qualifications, designed to help jobseekers and employers to match skills to jobs. Learners, workers and businesses will all benefit. ESCO will help everyone get more out of Europe’s labour market. This publication will be available in printed format in English, French and German.


Social policy reforms for growth and cohesion: Review of recent structural reforms 2013 - Report of the Social Protection Committee  (09/10/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-03-13-434-EN-N

This report provides an overview of the development of social protection policies in the EU between January 2012 and June 2013. Prepared by the Social Protection Committee (SPC) as part of its mandate to monitor the social situation in the EU, it reviews the intensity of Member States' efforts and maps out structural reforms. The main message of the report is that while the economic crisis continues to put pressure on social protection systems, EU priorities in this field must shift from tackling its consequences towards building resilient and effective social protection systems relying on solid structures, adequate benefits and sustainable financing. The report is available online in English only.


EU Employment and Social Situation - Special Edition: Annual Review – September 2013  (02/10/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-BH-13-004-EN-N

There are signs of fragile economic recovery, but economic growth is unlikely to be sustained unless it is inclusive and job rich, especially while labour market and social conditions remain extremely challenging and divergence between countries is growing, according to the September special edition of the EU Employment and Social Situation Review. This publication is available online in English only.

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Developing personal and household services in the EU - A focus on housework activities  (19/09/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-02-13-200-EN-N

This report looks at the impact that public policy has had on personal and household services (PHS) around the EU. Specifically, it considers those tools that aim at encouraging formal employment and discourage undeclared work. For this analysis care services are excluded, whilst the public policy tools analysed can be grouped in four categories: reducing the price, simplification of procedures through vouchers, new regulation on employment and fostering the emergence of a supply side. By analysing national data, the impact in terms of job creation, the black market share and the cost efficiency and redistributive impact of policies is considered. This publication is available in electronic format in English.


Growth potential of EU human resources and policy implications for future economic growth - Working Paper 3/2013  (18/09/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EW-13-003-EN-N

This working paper analyses the impact of demographic ageing on future employment growth. The analysis shows that some of the economically strongest EU Member States will find themselves confronted with serious employment growth constraints due to labour supply bottlenecks already within the next 5 years, even under extremely optimistic activity assumptions. This paper is available online in English only.


Design and Commissioning of Counterfactual Impact Evaluations - A Practical Guidance for ESF Managing Authorities  (30/08/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-30-13-216-EN-N

Evaluations of programmes and interventions financed through the European Social Fund (ESF) have proven challenging and have in many cases not allowed policy-makers to draw evidence-based conclusions regarding their effectiveness and efficiency. In order to strengthen future evaluations, the European Commission is encouraging Member States to increase efforts to develop credible evidence of ESF effects beyond what would have been achieved in the absence of ESF support. Such evidence requires counterfactual impact evaluations (CIEs) – i.e. comparison of results to estimates of what would have occurred otherwise. This guidance provides practical advice on some of the key questions that need to be considered when designing, commissioning and conducting CIEs. It is intended for ESF Managing Authorities (MA) and other bodies responsible for the implementation of ESF-funded programmes and interventions. The focus is on practicalities, though through necessity some technical issues are discussed. This publication is available in electronic format in English. French and German versions will be available in October 2013.

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Siete vidas - Por el camino del éxito con el Fondo Social Europeo  (19/08/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-03-13-154-ES-C

Conozca a Brigitte, James, Jolanta, Anna, Nauras, Ebrahim y Carlos a través del relato de sus Siete vidas. Descubrirá cómo todos y cada uno de ellos han logrado abrirse camino y materializar su proyecto profesional gracias a los proyectos y programas financiados por el Fondo Social Europeo (FSE).


El etiquetado de los productos químicos está cambiando: ¿cómo afectará a la protección de los trabajadores?  (19/08/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-30-13-227-ES-C

En los próximos años, el Reglamento de la UE sobre clasificación, etiquetado y envasado de sustancias modificará la manera de clasificar los productos químicos para determinar sus peligros. Esto conllevará cambios en la información que se comunica a los usuarios de los productos químicos en las etiquetas y fichas de datos de seguridad. Las personas que trabajen con productos químicos deberán adaptarse a dichos cambios, y este documento pretende servirles de guía práctica. Concretamente, en él se explica qué efecto tendrán estos cambios en sus responsabilidades con arreglo a varias directivas de la UE relativas a la protección de los trabajadores (la Directiva sobre agentes químicos, la Directiva sobre agentes carcinógenos o mutágenos, la Directiva relativa a la señalización de seguridad y de salud en el trabajo, la Directiva sobre trabajadoras embarazadas y la Directiva relativa a la protección de los jóvenes en el trabajo).