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Part-time work in the European Community

Erich Dederichs

Part-time work in the European Community

the economic and social dimension

by Erich Dederichs

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Published by European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions in Dublin, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Economic Community countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Part-time employment -- European Economic Community countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[Text, Eric Dederichs and Eberhard Köhler].
      SeriesThe Information booklet series ;, booklet no. 18
      ContributionsKöhler, Eberhard., European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5110.2.E86 D43 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination61 p. :
      Number of Pages61
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1042728M
      ISBN 109282655768
      LC Control Number93241245

        A new book reminds us how the idealistic architects of our entry into Europe have been undone by a Europhobic press Thu 12 Sep EDT . Part-time Work Directive 97/81/EC is one of three EU Directives that regulate atypical work. Alongside the Fixed-term Work Directive and the Agency Work Directive, its aim is to ensure that people who have not contracted for permanent jobs are nevertheless guaranteed a minimum level of equal treatment compared to full-time permanent staff.

      Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article a thereof, part-time working, temporary work and seasonal work. 8. Every worker in the European Community shall have a right to a weekly rest period and to annual paid leave, the duration of which must be progressively harmonized in accordance with. The law made by the European Court, the reason the reason a worker wanted to move abroad does not matter, they could start part-time and full-time work, and get extra help from the new country. [5] Other decisions of the ECJ allowed any citizen of a member country live anywhere in the EU [6] [7] and be treated the same as a citizen of the new.

      After suffering from two world wars between and , Europe was longing for a peaceful future. The Western European Countries wanted to make sure they would never fight each other again by establishing a unique partnership where they would work closely together for 3/5(1). Start studying European Works Council. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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Part-time work in the European Community by Erich Dederichs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part-time work in the European Community: the economic and social dimension Author: Erich Dederichs ; Eberhard Köhler ; European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.

Part-time Work in the European Union: The Gender Dimension (Information Booklets) [European Foundation for the Improvement of Living & Working Conditions]. Part-time work in the European community: laws and regulations Author: Erich Dederichs ; Eberhard Köhler ; European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.

Part-time work in the European community: laws and regulations Erich Dederichs, Eberhard Köhler, Olive McKinley Published in in Luxembourg by Office for official publications of.

Fundamental Social Rights at Work in the European Community book. Fundamental Social Rights at Work in the European Community. DOI link for Fundamental Social Rights at Work in the European Community.

Fundamental Social Rights at Work in the European Community book Cited by: 3. Part-time work is one of the best-known ‘atypical’ working time arrangements in Europe, shaping working time regimes across countries and mapping work–life balance patterns.

Fixed-term work; Part-time work; Temporary agency work; Redundancies; Young workers; Working hours, holiday and leave. Working hours; Parental leave; Transport sector workers.

Road transportation workers; Civil aviation staff; Rail staff; Seafarers and inland waterway staff; Posted workers. Posting staff abroad; Social security and health. Social security; Health and safety at work. The first European Community Generalized System of Preferences scheme spanned an initial phase of 10 years () and was subsequently renewed for a second decade ().

During this period, the EC GSP was reviewed each civil year. The regulations for the EC GSP. Conditions of Work and Employment Programme Part-time work In the early s, efforts were made at the international level to in the European Union’s Part-Time Work Directive.

For statistical purposes, however, part time is commonly defined as a specified number of hours. The threshold which divides workers into full-time and part-time. Part-time working has become one of the most significant patterns of work in the European Community in that it represents a growing segment of the increasingly service-oriented labour market.

This has occured alongside the feminisation of the labour force through the expansion of ‘pink collar’ occupations in the service sector by: 3. qualified people wishing to work part-time. For employers, part-time work may have an important use in the work cycle, but it may also mean increased labour costs.

This report tries to bring together the results of two European-wide surveys to provide a snapshot of part-time work – presenting both the company and the employee point of view.

FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT ON PART-TIME WORK. Preamble. This Framework Agreement is a contribution to the overall European strategy on employment. Part-time work has had an important impact on employment in recent years.

For this reason, the parties to this agreement have given priority attention to this form of work. Clause 2 of the Framework Agreement on Part-time Work, which is appended to the Directive, sets out its scope.

The Framework Agreement applies to part-time workers who have an "employment contract or employment relationship as defined in law". Inon average in the EU, per cent of men worked part-time in contrast to per cent of women, while the gap has been slowly closing.

There is also a clear East-West divide between countries: in Central and Eastern European countries part-time work remains a. The EU's top court has ruled that, for employees who don't work out of an office, time spent commuting to and from worksites counts as part of the : Catherine Clifford.

Usually ships within 3 to 4 days. Ships from and sold by SuperBookDeals. The top history books of last year picked by Amazon Book Review Editor, Chris by: Part-time employment has been increasing in Europe for the past two decades.

This is especially true for countries where different working time arrangements have been discussed among policymakers and social partners as a way to increase flexibility.

Most industrialized countries have seen part-time employment as a percentage of total employment increasing in the last decade. This paper presents the results of a comparative study of part-time employment in Spain and the Netherlands.

The project comprises a legal comparative study of the effectiveness of the normative solutions provided by the Dutch and Spanish legal orders regarding the Cited by:   President George Vella received outgoing European Commissioner (EC) for the Environment, Fisheries and Maritime Affairs Karmenu Vella on a courtesy call at Sant’Anton Palace.

He expressed how the EC’s invaluable work is appreciated by the European community. They discussed how far the environmental agenda has come, at both the international and the European levels, as [ ].

Roy Jenkins brought great talent to Europe’s top job. He played a key role in re-launching European monetary integration, winning the right to attend the new global summits, and smoothing Greece’s path to EC membership.

But he fell short of other targets. Job opportunities in the European Union institutions, advisory bodies, agencies and other organisations EU Institutions and advisory bodies The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) organises open competitions to select permanent staff for recruitment by all institutions and bodies of the European .Jobs in Europe.

Part time jobs to view and apply for now with Guardian Jobs. Community Sector. Newham, London (Greater) £34,£40,; Sign up for job alerts Get job alerts in Europe. Create a job alert and receive personalised job recommendations straight to your inbox.Part-time jobs are also found to be more frequently taken up as a means to enter the labour market than to leave it.

Multinomial logit regression of the determinants of part-time work reveals household composition, past labour market history and country of residence as very important for both men and women in their decision to work part time.