Agence européenne pour la sécurité et la santé au travail EU-OSHA
13/11/2018To understand how safety is taken into account in driving, riding or cycling for work, European Transport Safety Council conducted a study with workers engaged in gig economy. These workers are currently regarded as self-employed and in most cases...
12/11/2018The combination of information and communication technologies has the potential to enable the relocation of work. During the last decade, large international companies were increasingly using practices described as ‘global sourcing’, in which...
A ground-breaking initiative for a stronger social Europe was jointly proclaimed by the European Parliament, the Commission and the Council on 17 November 2017.
The European Pillar of Social Rights confirms the Union’s shared commitment to new and more effective rights for citizens including improved working conditions.
ESENER-2 survey summaries on psychosocial and OSH risk management now available in several language versions9 novembre, par EU-OSHA09/11/2018To provide an insight in the management of safety and health risks in European workplaces, two executive summaries of ESENER-2 findings are now available in multiple languages. The first study researches the role of national culture in psychosocial...
Marina has scooped the prize for best film on a work-related subject. The film looks at the exploitation of women who move from Eastern European countries to seek work in the care sector in the West.
This year’s winner was announced at the 61st International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film (DOK Leipzig).
Open to the Public by Silvia Belloti received a special mention.