CEE, Noisy-Le Grand - France, France

Expert workshop 'Quality of working life and economic performance: results from linked employer/employee surveys'

when 4 November 2015 - 6 November 2015
duration 1 week

General information

This expert workshop aims at giving insights into how linked employer/employee surveys can be used to understand the relationships between quality of working life and economic performance.

Course leader

Noisy-Le Grand - France

Target group

Potential participants to the expert workshop will be researchers engaged in the topic of quality of working life and economic performance, administrators collecting and processing linked employer/employee data on work and employment relations, policy makers carrying out policies for the improvement of quality of working life, sustainable work and workplace innovation.

Candidates are expected to fill in the online application form before 30 August 2015, including a short motivation and CV. All applicants will be informed whether their applications have been accepted by 14 September 2015.

Participation to this expert workshop is free of charge and potential participants may receive a par­tial reimbursement of travel and subsistence costs. More information can be found in the practical information and with the CEE for logistics.

Participation is subject to InGRID’s terms and conditions for InGRID summer schools. Queries regarding the summer school and application are sent to sylvie.hamon-­cholet@cee-­recherche.fr and colette.leverne@cee-recherche.fr.

Course aim

Linked employer/employee surveys developed since the 1990s in order to compare the views of different stakeholders on common issues, and to analyse relationships between employers’ practices and employees’ work experience and economic per­formance.

The objective of this workshop is to assess the contributions of linked employer/ employee surveys to research in the field of quality of working life and economic performance. The results from secondary analysis of existing survey devices will be discussed and their research and policy relevance will be put in per­spective. The workshop will address also benefits and challenges of developing such surveys at an international level.

Fee info

EUR 0: no fee