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Living and working in Europe 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic continued to be a defining force in the lives and work of Europeans for a second year in 2021, and Eurofound continued its work of examining and recording the many and diverse impacts across the EU Member States. Living and working in Europe 2021 provides a snapshot of the changes to employment, work and living conditions in Europe, as gathered by Eurofound’s research activities in 2021. This yearbook also summarises the Agency’s findings on other challenging aspects of social and economic life – including gender equality in employment, wealth inequality and labour shortages – that will have a significant bearing on recovery from the pandemic, resilience in the face of the war in Ukraine, and a successful transition to a green and digital future. Eurofound’s research on working and living conditions in Europe provides a bedrock of evidence for input into social policymaking and achieving the Agency’s vision ‘to be Europe’s leading knowledge source for better life and work’.

Greece: new labour market skills diagnosis mechanism

A new skills diagnosis mechanism has been operating in Greece since the first semester of 2016.

Labour market information to support lifelong guidance

Experts from across the European Union met at Cedefop on 16 May to discuss how labour market information (LMI) can support career guidance.

The Commission presents reform of posting of workers – towards a fair and truly European Labour Market

Today the European Commission is presenting a targeted revision of the rules on posting of workers, as set out in the 2016 Commission work programme.

Integration of long-term unemployed into the labour market: report on Member State progress

A report commissioned by the European Commission from the European Social Policy Network of independent experts (ESPN) published today shows an inadequate response in the Member States regarding the reintegration of the long-term unemployed.

Labour market challenges for occupational safety and health

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Labour market challenges for occupational safety and health

Globalisation and a fast-developing social context have important consequences for the labour market and by extension to health and safety at work. The ageing workforce, increasing participation rates for women and greater movement of workers to and...

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