European employer organizations BUSINESSEUROPE, CEEP and UEAPME have undertaken to examine, increase understanding and share best practices regarding age management policies put in place by private and public service enterprises of all sizes and sectors, across the European Union. This project specifically seeks, through the assistance of a subcontracted expert, to help employers’ organisations to:
The action encompassed 3 phases:
First phase: mapping out examples of best practices at enterprise level in all 27 Member States. This includes desk research and interviews to be conducted with enterprises and face-to-face interviews. A background paper will be produced to be used during the second phase.
Second phase: organization of an EU-level conference in Brussels on Thursday 27 September 2012, bringing together 70 participants including national employers’ social partner representatives, enterprise representatives together with guest experts. A selection of concrete case studies will be presented in order to compare and discuss the different employers’ initiatives on active ageing.
Third and final phase: a synthesis will be prepared based on the outcomes of the EU-level conference and from the overall findings for the project. The document will be discussed and finalized with the partners and will be disseminated and promoted.
Update: The final synthesis of the European employers project on age management policies in enterprises in Europe, was presented in December 2012 in Cyprus. The paper, “Employers’ practices for Active Ageing”, may be downloaded here.
BUSINESSEUROPE - The Confederations of European Business|
BUSINESSEUROPE is the main horizontal business organisation at EU level. Through its 41 member federations, BUSINESSEUROPE represents 20 million companies from 35 countries. Its main task is to ensure that companies' interests are represented and defended vis-à-vis the European institutions.CEEP – European Centre of Public Enterprises
CEEP gathers enterprises and organisations from across Europe, both public and private, at national, regional and local level, which are public employers or providers of services of general interest. CEEP members employ a quarter of the EU workforce. CEEP is one of the three European Social Partners.UEAPME - The European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
UEAPME is the employers’ organisation representing the interests of European crafts, trades and SMEs at EU level. It incorporates 83 member organisations from 34 countries, representing more than 12 million enterprises, which employ around 55 million people across Europe.
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