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14/03/2010

Very atypical work: Exploratory analysis of fourth European Working Conditions Survey - Background paper

EF/10/10/EN


This background paper has been prepared to complement the findings of a comparative analysis by Eurofound on what has been termed ‘very atypical work’ in the 27 European Union Member States (EU27). In the background paper, the definition of very atypical forms of work includes non-written employment contracts, contracts of less than 10 working hours a week and very short fixed-term contracts of six months or less.

author(s): European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions - S. Riso
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