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19/12/2012

The Role of Temporary Agency Work and Labour Market Transitions in Europe: Institutional frameworks, empirical evidence, good practice and the impact of social dialogue

Final Report for the Joint Eurociett/UNI Europa Project: “Temporary Agency Work and Transitions in the Labour Market”



The study has been implemented between February and November 2012, closely monitored by a steering group consisting of the two European social partner organisations as well as representatives of national members. Part A presents data and information collected on the role and dynamics of temporary agency work, regulatory frameworks as well as industrial relations and employment conditions contexts of type of work in the whole of the European Union, mainly based on available comparative statistics as well as comparative studies that have been carried out by other researchers. Part B of the report consists of a series of case studies on major forms of labour market transitions and shows the role of temporary agency work and social dialogue for supporting labour market transitions and working conditions of temporary agency workers. The six case studies are mainly based on a comparative review of existing empirical studies that are relevant with view on the major purpose of this study.

author(s): Wilke, Maack and Partners (coord. by) - E. Voss, K. Vitols, N. Farvaque, A. Broughton, F. Behling, F. Dota, S. Leonardi, F. Naedenoen
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