Eurofound

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EurofoundEuropean Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
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In 2016, less than six in 10 employees in the EU have an open-ended contract (ESA, EP, 2016) and this trend towards "non-standard" employment has been identified across the EU (Eurofound, 2013).
Eurofound (2012), Evaluation of the effectiveness of policy measures implemented by Member States to increase the employ ability and to promote a higher employment participation of young people in Europe, Eurofound, Dublin, http://www.eurofound.europa.eu;
Eurofound (2013) remarked, "Analysis of the evidence from the EWCS strengthens the empirical basis for discussion between policy actors on the feasibility of and conditions for improving systems of work organization" (p.
a dynamic, multidimensional construct that incorporates any number of measures relating to employment quality (Eurofound 2012).
"The Eurofound research also confirms 18% of young people in Ireland experience serious deprivation.
In an effort to monitor the quality of work and employment in Europe, Eurofound has been conducting the European Working Conditions Surveys (EWCS) since 1991.
EUROFOUND (2008) "European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions".
Eurofound, an EU body that monitors employment, said the number of "announced" job losses in the 27 member states was just under 220,000 between the start of 2009 and March 31 - 63,330 of them in the UK.
The figures are revealed in a Quality of Life poll conducted for the Dublin-based EU agency, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound).
According to the second European Quality of Life' survey, carried out by Eurofound, a Dublin-based research agency, between September 2007 and February 2008 - ie before the financial crisis - on average, Europeans rated their level of satisfaction with their life at seven on a ten-point scale.
The Establishment Survey on Working Time by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound), put Britain fourth among 21 EU states in terms of the number of companies offering flexible working time.