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Changes in working life in Europe

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The annual reviews published by Eurofound give an overview of the latest developments with regard to work relations and working conditions in EU countries and Norway.

The information is based on the reports of Eurofound’s European correspondents throughout 2016, supplemented by the results of recent research, including data from Eurofound’s European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS).

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The EUROGIP Annual Report 2023 is online

“2020 was an unprecedented year for everyone”, says Raphaël Haeflinger, Director of EUROGIP. Indeed, the health crisis had an obvious impact on achievement of the objectives initially planned. It also led us to innovate in work processes to ensure the continuation of our numerous activities.

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