DATA

Surveys are the most important source for our data, statistics, and reports on the Dutch workforce. TNO collaborates with the CBS (Statistics Netherlands) and other research institutions to ensure that our data is representative for the Dutch workforce. By now we have accumulated several large datasets (e.g. NEA, WEA, ZEA, STREAM, CODI), each looking at the Dutch labor market from a different perspective (e.g. employers, employees, self-employed persons).

NWCS (NETHERLANDS WORKING CONDITIONS SURVEY)

  • In Dutch: NEA (Nationale Enquête Arbeidsomstandigheden)
  • An annual survey since 2005
  • About 23.000 to 46.000 employees annually
  • Quality of labor, health, and sustainable employability

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WEA (NATIONAL SURVEY FOR EMPLOYERS)

  • Biennial since 2008
  • About 5.000 companies and institutions per survey
  • Company policies on staffing and safety, labor relations, and working conditions

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ZEA (NATIONAL SURVEY OF THE SELF-EMPLOYED)

  • Quadrennial survey since 2012
  • About 4.000 self-employed people with our without staff
  • Quality of labor, health, and sustainable employability

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STREAM (STUDY ON TRANSITIONS IN EMPLOYMENT, ABILITY, AND MOTIVATION)

  • First survey in 2010
  • Longitudinal research among 15.000 employees of age 45 and above
  • Health, labor, motivation, transitions in work and sustainable employability

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CODI (COHORT SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYABILITY)

  • Longitudinal research-based on the NEA 2015
  • 15.000 employees, 1.500 self-employed and 1.200 unemployed
  • Health, labor, motivation, human capital, and sustainable employability

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Publications in English

Contactpersoon

 

Look into our virtual bookcase to find a number of publications and reports that are published in English

Contactpersoon

Contactpersoon

Drs. S.N.J (Seth) van den Bossche
Programma-manager Monitoring van Arbeid

 

T: 088 866 5330

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Adresgegevens

Schipholweg 77-89
2316 ZL Leiden

 

T: 088 866 5330

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