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TitleGender, jobs and working conditions in the European Union
Date2002
Material typeResearch Report
AbstractResearch paper based on findings from the 3rd European survey on working conditions, this report assesses the gendered nature of working conditions. Analysis includes: gender segregation in paid and unpaid work; job content and workplace environment; working time and impact of working conditions on health and work life balance.
Webhttp://www.eurofound.eu.int
Author(s)Fagan, Colette
Industry Other services
CountryUnited Kingdom
Organisation size Medium (51-500)
TitleGood companies, better employees: how community involvement and good citizenship can enhance employee morale, motivation, commitment and performance
Date2003
Material typeResearch Report
AbstractThis research project set out to understand how corporate community involvement and wider corporate citizenship contributes to business success by enhancing employee morale, motivation, commitment and performance.
Webhttp://www.corporate-citizenship.co.uk/
Author(s)Tuffrey, Michael
Industry Other services
CountryUnited Kingdom
Organisation size Medium (51-500)

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TitleGood Hope Hospital
Date2005
Material typeCase study
AbstractHow work-life balance helped improve recruitment and retention in an NHS hospital.
Webhttp://www.goodhope.org.uk/default.asp
Industry Public administration education and health
CountryUnited Kingdom
Organisation size Medium (51-500)
TitleGuide on employment of older women workers in Estonia, A
Date2004
Material typeResearch Report
AbstractThis is a guide for organizing workshops for training and awareness raising on the recruiting, hiring, training and managing of older women workers. It is based on a previous publication titled: Realizing decent work for older women workers. The research undertaken and practical project activities in Estonia highlighted the double discrimination faced by older women workers in terms of age and gender.
Webhttp://www.ilo.org/
Author(s)ILO
Industry Other services
CountryUnited Kingdom
Organisation size Medium (51-500)

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