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The aim of this overview, which is based on the national contributions of 23 European countries, is to create a picture of undeclared work in Europe, taking into account the regulatory framework, as well as the impacts, role and actions of public authorities and social partners. Thus, the focus...
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This comparative study aims at giving an overview of existing national legislation on redundancy, focusing particularly on compensation payment provisions. It further seeks to reflect current debate on the issue and outline new approaches to dealing with redundancies.
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Web-based surveys are a salient tool in the repertoire of social and behavioral scientists. The increase in web-based surveys is understandable considering the distinct advantages offered, including: (a) lower costs and reduced labor time, (b) ability to directly transfer data into statistical...
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In companies across Europe several different channels of employee representation are prevalent; these include workscouncils, trade unions, special committees, health and safety representatives and workers’ delegates. This report exploresthe main employee representation structures at workplace...
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This paper aims to give a flavour of the latest developments across Europe and inform policy makers of topical issues. It will present measures taken in response to the recession (both employment market measures and financial stimulus packages), outline the extent of social partner involvement,...
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In recent years, new evidence and conclusions on the characteristics of innovation across the economy as a whole have given rise to new theories and new approaches to policy. There is a reference group of eight countries for this report: Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden,...
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