This project (fundded by Dg Empl/European Commission) aims to investigate and analyse innovative policies on working time arrangements that have been negotiated between trade unions and employers both in the public and private sector. The research will assess innovative agreements that provide for shorter or flexible working time and better work-life balance will be central to the research. These may take in a wide range of initiatives that could include changes to shift work, annual leave and other new approaches to the organisation of working time. It will also examine trade unions and employers’ responses to any trends towards longer hours and problems created by zero-hour or low-hour contracts.
|Todellinen alku/loppupvm||01/11/2023 → 31/10/2025|