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Working time developments in the 21st century
Work duration and its regulation in the EU This report examines the main trends and milestones characterising the evolution of the most important aspects of collectively agreed working time in the European Union during the first decade of the 21st century. Drawing primarily on information collected by Eurofound across all EU Member States and Norway, it focuses in particular on five sectors: chemicals, metalworking, banking, retail and public administration. The report describes the institutional regimes of regulation and assesses the evolution of agreed working hours (hours expected to be spent...
Mémoire du travail et des expositions professionnelles aux cancérogènes
Enquête en Seine-Saint-Denis (France) Le cancer est une histoire singulière propre à chaque individu, mais inscrite aussi dans l'histoire collective de la montée des risques cancérogènes dans l'environnement humain (Thébaud-Mony, 2006). Selon les estimations établies en 2000 à partir du système européen d'information sur l'exposition professionnelle aux cancérogènes, CAREX (carcinogen exposure), environ 32 millions de travailleurs européens (de l'Europe des 15) étaient exposés...
Working conditions in the European Union
Working time and work intensity This report outlines the current situation regarding work intensity, indicating a clear link between work intensity and poor working conditions, both physical and psychological. The analysis is based on findings from the fourth European Working Conditions Survey carried out in 31 countries, including the 27 EU Member States. The analysis reveals sharp variations between different Member States in relation to working hours and the associated gender gap, and points to the huge costs both for workers and companies arising from high work intensity. Report : http://www...
Psychosocial working conditions
Latest figures for 2009 The latest national statistics on Psychosocial working conditions, produced by the Health and Safety Executive, were released on 28 October 2009 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority. This report presents analysis of 2009 data from an annual series of surveys on psychosocial working conditions which began in 2004. These surveys were set up to monitor changes in the psychosocial working conditions of Demand, Control, Managerial Support, Peer Support, Role, Relationships and Change in British workplaces. Source:
Annual review of working conditions in the EU 2008–2009
Quality of work and employment is a major policy issue in the European Union. This sixth annual review of working conditions in the EU outlines relevant legislative and policy developments during the period 2008–2009 in the context of labour market mobility and demographic change. It also explores a range of issues and challenges related to working life and the workplace. Source:

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