FINAL DISSEMINATION WORKSHOP of the HOSPEEM-EPSU joint project, Strengthening Social Dialogue in the Hospital Sector in the East, South and Central Europe
The dissemination workshop will bring together national social partners from the targeted regions and other European social partners and associations active in employment and health policy, discussing the project findings and lessons learned. Lastly, we foresee an exchange of views between national and European stakeholders, discussing continued capacity-building activities.
CELSI frontiers webinar: Just transition in the automotive industry
Online webinar for researchers and stakeholders (May 7, 2021)
Projekt 'Chcem pracovať, kto mi pomože?' v médiách!
Projekt 'Chcem pracovať, kto mi pomože?' mal už množtvo publikácií, rovnako ako aj sériu videí na YouTube. Najnovšie o našom výskume napísali aj médiá, viac sa dočítate na: https://bit.ly/2Q85vkm.
Final COLBAR Conference - Comparing the bargaining agendas in manufacturing, construction, commerce, public sector across Europe
Video conference - June 29, 2020
The REWIR project team in Rome to discuss the progress and mid-term results
Central European Labour Studies Institute (CELSI) is a non-profit research institute based in Bratislava, Slovakia. It fosters multidisciplinary research about the functioning of labour markets and institutions, work and organizations, business and society, and ethnicity and migration in the economic, social, and political life of modern societies.
CELSI's Marta Kahancová, Mária Sedláková and Monika Martišková contributed to a new ETUI book "Working under pressure"
CELSI's Marta Kahancová and Mária Sedláková contributed with their chapter on the Slovak public sector and Monika Martišková on the Czech public sector to a new book "Working under pressure: Employment, job quality and labour relations in Europe’s public sector since the crisis", published by Euroepan Trade Union Institute.
CELSI's Marta Kahancová, Tibor Meszmann and Mária Sedláková published new article "Precarization via Digitalization? Work Arrangements in the On-Demand Platform Economy in Hungary and Slovakia
CELSI's Marta Kahancová, Tibor Meszmann and Mária Sedláková published their new article "Precarization via Digitalization? Work Arrangements in the On-Demand Platform Economy in Hungary and Slovakia" in Frontiers in Sociology.
CELSI's Maria Sedlakova and her colleagues ask what are the experiences of employers related to workers diagnosed with cancer and their return to work.
In the recent paper "The challenge of return to work in workers with cancer: employer priorities despite variation in social policies related to work and health" published in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship, CELSI's Maria Sedlakova and her colleagues ask what are the experiences of employers related to workers diagnosed with cancer and their return to work.
EESDA Project Report: Stakeholders’ views on and experiences with the articulation of social dialogue and its effectiveness (Akgüç, M.; Martišková, M.; Szüdi, G. and Nordlund, C.)
CELSI researchers Monika Martišková and Gábor Szüdi, together with Mehtap Akgüç from CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) and Carl Nordlund recently published EESDA Project Report: "Stakeholders’ views on and experiences with the articulation of social dialogue and its effectiveness".
New Discussion Papers
Europe's migration experience and its effects on economic inequality
The Impact of Mass Antigen Testing for COVID-19 on the Prevalence of the Disease
Better Integration in the Labor Market by Responding to Work Motives: Lessons from a Field Experiment among Israeli Ultra-Religious Women
The English and Russian Language Proficiency Premium in the post-Maidan Ukraine – an Analysis of Web Survey Data
New Research Reports
Chcem pracovať, kto mi pomôže? Posilnenie spolupráce medzi tvorcami politík a neziskovým sektorom pri integrácii zdravotne znevýhodnených ľudí na trh práce
Shaping return-to-work policy: the role of industrial relations at the European, national and workplace levels. Perspectives of managers and workers
Return to Work Policies and the Role of Industrial Relations in Slovakia