Οι υπηρεσίες του Ο.ΜΕ.Δ. παρέχονται στις συνδικαλιστικές οργανώσεις εργοδοτών και εργαζομένων καθώς και σε μεμονωμένους εργοδότες σε επίπεδο επιχείρησης που επιθυμούν να απευθυνθούν σε αυτόν. Μεταξύ των εργοδοτών συγκαταλέγεται και το Ελληνικό Δημόσιο, για τους εργαζόμενους με σχέση εργασίας ιδιωτικού δικαίου στις Δημόσιες υπηρεσίες, Ν.Π.Δ.Δ. και Ο.Τ.Α.
Eurofound yearbook 2013 : living and working in EuropeMaterial type: TextPublication details: Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2014Description: 71σ. : διαγ.,εικ.,πιν. ; 30εκISBN:
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Employment in Europe 2013. Regaining competitiveness. Improving work. Restoring trust and confidence. Eurofound supporting the recovery.
In spring 2013, after five years of economic unrest, the European Union exited recession. The recovery was modest, but it is enduring. By the end of the year, even the countries with the most fragile economies were expected to see some strengthening of economic activity. Unemployment stabilised, but remains unacceptably high in several Member States with stark differences across the Union while the number of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion continues to climb, rising to 125 million by the latest estimates. Eurofound puts flesh on these statistics to provide the knowledge that policymakers need to develop policies to tackle the social and work-related challenges facing Europe today. For instance, Eurofound’s labour market analyses in 2013 showed that middle-paying jobs, which declined heavily in the crisis, continue to be lost; while growth is occurring in higher-paying jobs, it does not outweigh that job loss. The jobs being lost are those that employ men mostly; meanwhile, employment of women has been growing modestly and they are taking a greater share of those high-paying jobs. Still, seven and a-half million young people are out of work and not in any form of education, which represents an estimated loss of about €163 billion annually in welfare transfers and lost incomes and taxes. The failure to secure a job is delaying their transition into adulthood, preventing them from achieving economic independence (and often delaying their establishment of families), with potentially detrimental consequences for their long-term financial security and well-being. In this context, decline of trust in public institutions (parliaments and governments) across Europe comes as little surprise, but what is perhaps unexpected is that the main influence on people’s trust, uncovered by Eurofound’s research, is not the perceived economic situation of their country but the quality of public services. In this difficult context, Eurofound also focused its analysis on such issues as changing working conditions, the evolution of pay and undeclared work. These are just snippets from the trove of knowledge produced by Eurofound in the course of a year, built by analysing data and information from diverse and often unique sources. The strength of this research is its comparative nature which, in recent times, has pointed up one challenge in particular: divergence, across Member States and within them. It is our hope that with our research and information exchange, Eurofound can continue to contribute to the work of policymakers as they address this and other such challenges moving closer to a more competitive and fair Europe.