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May 2018

  1. The Netherlands presentation by W. Salverda

  2. Opening presentation by D. Vaughan-Whitehead

  3. Media advisory: Industrial relations in Europe: Fostering equality at work and cross-country convergence?

  4. Information Note for Participants: Industrial relations in Europe: Fostering equality at work and cross-country convergence?

  5. Executive Summary: Industrial relations in Europe: Fostering equality at work and cross-country convergence?

  6. Industrial relations in Europe: Fostering equality at work and cross-country convergence?

    The purpose of this conference is to identify the industrial relations mechanisms/systems and outcomes that contribute to equality at work (in areas such as wages, working time, level and quality of employment) and also to upward cross-border convergence in Europe that is defined as converging trends on a number of economic (such as GDP per capita, employment rate, etc.) and social indicators (such as reduction of poverty, social protection, etc.).

April 2018

  1. © Carsten ten Brink 2019

    More than 60 per cent of the world’s employed population are in the informal economy

    30 April 2018

    A new ILO report shows that 2 billion people work informally, most of them in emerging and developing countries. The majority lack social protection, rights at work and decent working conditions.

  2. On-call work in the Netherlands: trends, impact, and policy solutions

    23 April 2018

    Flexible work has steadily increased in the Dutch labour market and on-call employment represents the fastest growing group. Although on-call work is both the largest and the least institutionally regulated form of flexible employment, little is known on its developments and impacts.

  3. On-call and related forms of casual work in New Zealand and Australia

    23 April 2018

  4. Zero-Hours Work in the United Kingdom

    06 April 2018