|Author (Corporate)||European Commission: DG Employment Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities|
|Series Title||European Employment Observatory Review|
|Series Details||Spring 2008|
This Executive Summary from the European Employment Observatory provides an overview of innovative labour market policies and practices across the 30 European countries covered by the Observatory (27 European Union Member States, plus candidate countries Croatia and Turkey and EEA country Norway). The Summary is based on articles written by the
In the latest Annual Progress Report the European Commission highlighted the progress achieved in meeting the goals of the Lisbon agenda of growth and jobs, including employment growth, reforms of social security systems and the development of flexicurity approaches.
The Report called for the Member States to continue implementing outstanding reforms. It identified priority actions in the areas of implementing common principles of flexicurity, integrating people at the margins and fighting poverty and social exclusion, investing more in education and skills throughout people’s lives, stronger and more
|Subject Categories||Employment and Social Affairs|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|