publication . Article . 2005

The social balance sheet 2004

Ph. Delhez; P. Heuse;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2005 Journal: Economic Review, issue iv December, pages 57-89
Each year, in the 4th quarter’s Economic Review, the National Bank examines the provisional results of the social balance sheets. As all the social balance sheets are not yet available for 2004, the study is based on a limited population of enterprises, compiled according to the principle of a constant sample. This population is made up of 38,530 enterprises employing around 1,331,000 workers in 2004. The main results of the analysis, in terms of employment, working hours, labour cost and training, are as follows. Employment in the enterprises of the limited population increased by 0.3 p.c. on average between 2003 and 2004. The rise recorded at the end of the ye...
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