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New technologies and the growing flow of information create new conditions for individuals who use these technologies in the work place. The existence and application of modern IT systems can result in new forms of work, tasks that have actually emerged as a result of modern computer and other systems. This third Work Life 2000 Yearbook is pan-European in nature, and provides the researcher with valuable source material relating to the EU's response to the changing working environment.

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Frontmatter

Introduction to Work Life 2000 Workshops

Introduction to Work Life 2000 Workshops

Abstract
The pace of the Work Life 2000 project has accelerated in 2000, in the final months before the Swedish Presidency of the European Union, and the Malmö Work Life 2000 conference, and there has been an increased focus in the deliberations. The quality of contributions and chairmanship has been maintained, and the basis for an agenda for European Working Life Policy is emerging. The task of the workshops has been to prepare the research foundations for the conference. A by-product of these efforts is a network of 1000 researches, and a mass of new collaborative work and publications.
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Workshop Proceedings

Labour Market

Abstract
The workshop was led by Günther Schmid, and held at WZB in Berlin, 5 April 2000.
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Work Organisation

Abstract
The workshop was led by Anna Pramborg, and held at the TCO Bergendal Conference Centre, Stockholm, 8–10 May 2000.
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Work Environment

Abstract
The workshop was led by Per Malmberg, and held at the Office of the Swedish Trade Unions in Brussels on 6–7 March 2000.
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Gender

Abstract
The workshop was led by Anders Englund, and held at the Office of the Swedish Trade Unions in Brussels, 26–28 June 2000.
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Multicultural Society

Abstract
The workshop was led by Lois Wise and Gabriella Fagerlind, and held at Novotel in Brussels 13–15 June 2000.
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Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

Abstract
The workshop was led by Gunnar Ahlborg, and held on 24–26 January 2000 at the Office of the Swedish Trade Unions in Brussels.
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Information Society

Abstract
The workshop was led by Elisabeth Lagerlöf and Markku Aaltonen, and held at the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, in Bilbao, 17-19 January 2000. The workshop was jointly organised by the Swedish National Institute for Working Life, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, and the Nordic Institute for Advanced Training in Occupational Health.
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Conclusions from 2000 Workshops

Conclusions from 2000 Workshops

Abstract
Work Life 2000 has made the case for taking an integrated approach to working life, and the Malö conference will address the policy implications. Changes in technology and work organisation have had radical impacts, which have not been understood. National policies are still addressing previous realities. There are challenges here for research, changing focus and timescale. The old emphasis was on single enterprises and national policies, but developments today are at intermediate, regional and European level.
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Backmatter

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