WLPS 2006: Work/Life-Practice-Survey

WLPS 2006: Work/Life-Practice-Survey
New strategies of managing the complexities of Work/Life challenges

Our research project WLPS analyses the implementation status of Work/Life programmes and initiatives in Europe from a Diversity perspective. Main Focus Areas comprise developmental perspectives and drivers, challenges and success factors of Work/Life activities.

115 international companies have formed an unparalleled panel, and answered our semi-standardised online questionnaire.

Profit from the results of a comprehensive survey and Order now or download our information leaflet.

The following companies participated in WLPS:
Based in Germany or participants with a predominant responsibility for Germany (N=63)

Accor Services, Airbus Deutschland, Allianz, Arvin Meritor, Bürkert, Caritas Senioren-Wohnstift St. Elisabeth, Comet Computer, DaimlerChrysler Deutschland, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Post World Net, Deutsche Telekom, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Douglas, Ford Werke, Forschungsinstitut Betriebliche Bildung, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Frankfurter Sparkasse, Fraport, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, HL-Planartechnik, IHK Wiesbaden, Johnson Controls, KfW Bankengruppe, Kreis Soest, Landesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz, Lilly Deutschland, Michelin Reifenwerke, Microsoft, microTEC, Nobby Pet Shop, Nortel Networks, perbit, RAKO Etiketten, Reha-Zentrum Lübben, Robert Bosch, Roche Diagnostics, SEB, Stadt Stuttgart, Stadtwerke Bonn, Stadtwerke Lübeck, Stadtwerke Münster, Texas Instruments Deutschland, TNT Express, VAUDE Sport, Vodafone D2, Volkswagen Bank, Volkswagen Nutzfahrzeuge, Vorwerk, Weleda, Windwärts Energie, Wisthoff, Xerox
(11 more companies chose not to be mentioned on this list)
European companies or participants with international responsibilities (N=52)

AB Volvo, Advantage West Midlands, Air Products, Akzo Nobel, American Express, Arjo Nederland, Bank Austria Creditanstalt, BP, BT, Cadbury Schweppes, Caixa geral Depositos, Carl Zeiss, Chwarae Teg, Convergys, Embraco, Ernst & Young, Ford Motor Company, General Mills International, Honeywell Bremsbelag, Intel, Janssen Pharmaceutica, Johnson Controls, Kodak, MasterCard Europe, National Bank of Belgium, Nike, Novozymes, PepsiCo UK & Ireland, Philip Morris International, Royal Dutch Shell, SAP, Savatech, Swisscom, Symantec, TDC, UBS, Unisys Vattenfall, WestLB, Wurm & Partner
(11 more companies chose not to be mentioned on this list)
Focus areas
New strategies of managing the complexities of Work/Life challenges

Work-life practices aim at creating flexible work practices, a supportive work environment and enabling employees to focus on work tasks to meet the needs of both business and employees.

The survey clusters current Work/Life issues and success factors in the following four areas:

Flexible working arrangements
Employee support programmes
Health management and counselling
Corporate / organisational culture

WLPS is analysing current practices, drivers and success stories of Work/Life initiatives and shows how to overcome resistance.
Profit from the results of a comprehensive survey

The final report with statistical analyses, interpretations and recommendations has been released in September 2006. Receive good practice data and benchmark your initiatives against other organisations. Plenty of suggestions will help you implementing Work-/Life measures successfully.

Order your copy (pdf format) of the final report via e-mail: office@european-diversity.com. The price is 340 Euro (plus VAT, if applicable).