Studies



CEEMET regularly compiles studies on labour legislation, collective agreements, working conditions etc. based on information from our members.

INDUSTRY4EU : industry 4.0 for the future of manufacturing in the EU 

Co-funded project by the European Commission bringing together Social Partners to identify actions to turn Industry4.0 challenges into opportunities.

Industry4.0 EU Manufacturing

 

Flexible forms of employment: keeping europe competitive 

 

Industrial Competitiveness for a Social Europe - CEEMET launches agenda for Industrial Renaissance across EU - 2014Industrial Competitiveness for a Social Europe

CEEMET and Orgalime - Campaign Website ‘Manufacturing, the Beating Heart of Europe - 2014

CEEMET - Our Commitment to a Proactive Role in Health and Safety - 2012

CEEMET and Orgalime - Joint manifesto - ‘Manufacturing a Stronger and Greener Europe - 2012

CEEMET and Orgalime - Joint manifesto - ‘Manufacturing a Stronger and Greener Europe’ - 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shaping Talents Study: New business prospects, competitiveness and improved employability through lifelong learning - 2012

shaping_talents

Flexible Forms of Employment the Metal, Engineering and Technology-Based Industries - 2012

Flexible Forms of Employment

Basic Documentation

A compilation of information on employment and working conditions in the metal, engineering and technology-based industries in CEEMET member countries. For more information, please contact the CEEMET secretariat. 

Basic Doc

 

Strengthening cooperation between Industry and initial Vocation Education and Training - 2010

VET

 

  • CEEMET Study on Dismissals - 2009
    • This study outlines the regulations on Dismissals in CEEMET member countries, including individual dismissals, mass dismissals and shutdown of plants. For more information, please contact the CEEMET secretariat.
  • CEEMET Study on Electromagnetic Fields - 2009
    • This report analyses the concerns being raised by the stakeholders, addresses weaknesses within the text of the current Directive 2004/40/EC and explores technical implications of a series of hypothesis (raised ELV, raised action values, reference values) for an effective protection of the health and safety of workers with respect to occupational exposure to electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields, based on current scientific literature and studies.  For more information, please contact the CEEMET secretariat.
  • CEEMET Study on Short-Time Working - 2009
    • This study provides a basic overview of rules and regulations concerning Short-time working and the related insurance and benefit systems in CEEMET member countries. For more information, please contact the CEEMET secretariat.