6 hours, according to the annual update of the working time development from Eurofound's European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO).
What does EIRO stand for?
EIRO stands for European Industrial Relations Observatory
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- Europejski Instytut Rozwoju Kadr (Polish: European Institute of Personnel Development)
- Empresas Individuales de Responsabilidad Limitada (Spanish: Individual Limited Liability Corporations
- Entrepreneur Individuel a Responsabilité Limitée (French: Individual Entrepreneur Limited Liability)
- European Interactive Rugby League
- European Institute for Risk Management
- European Industrial Research Management Association
- Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
- Enterprise Information Resources Management Strategy
- Executive Intelligence Review News Service
- E-connected Intelligent Remote Operations (mobile solution for government agencies)
- European Intergovernmental Research Organisation
- Essential Institutional Reforms Operationalisation Programme (Pakistan)
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- Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
- Emergency Irrigation Rehabilitation Programme
- Equipment Identity Register Procedure
- Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power (ITS)
- École Internationale Rééducation Plancher Pelvien (French: Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation International School)
- Eastern Idaho Railroad
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, even when comparing like-for-like jobs across Europe, women are paid on average 16% less than men, according to fresh research by the European Industrial Relations Observatory.
The study from the European Industrial Relations Observatory showed Ireland has one of the lowest gender wage gaps in Europe.
3% in 2007, according to new data published by Eurofound's European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO).
On average, workers in the 12 new EU Member States work two and a half working weeks more each year than do workers in the former EU15, according to Working time developments - 2006, the annual update from Eurofound's European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO).
DUBLIN, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The average wages of European workers increased significantly between 2005 and 2006, according to the annual report on pay developments from Eurofound's European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO).
The European Industrial Relations Observatory is a leading driving force in Eurofound's ambition to both monitor living and working conditions in Europe, and to provide policy-makers with recommendations on how to improve it,' says Jorma Karppinen, Director of the Dublin-based EU agency European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) hosting EIRO.