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euro

the European currency unit, a single currency for certain members (not the UK at the time of writing) of the EUROPEAN UNION. It represents progress towards economic and monetary union. The currency is managed by the EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK.
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These agreements do not address wages and working time but rather address topics such as corporate social responsibility; the elaboration of key principles underpinning company employment policies; business restructuring; and particular aspects of company policy such as health and safety (EIRO 2008 & EU 2008).
In international comparison, the use of overtime is around 26 hours per worker per year, well below the more than 90 hours for the average European employee (EIRO, 2003).
Around two-thirds of low-wage employees in Greece (working at least 15 hours per week) live in households where the equivalised income (7) is equal to or above 60% of the national median equivalised income (EIRO, 2002).
Despite some dramatic reduction since the 1950s, gender-based pay gaps are averaged higher in the United States (76%) than in the Scandinavian countries (over 80%) and are also higher than the averaged gender pay gap among industrial societies (78%) in the European Union (Blau & Kahn, 1992; EIRO 2001).
The European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO) website, http://www.eiro.eurofound.ie, contains a detailed chronological account of industrial relations in Norway.
9,622,920 Absorbent Article Having a Folded Waist: Gregory Ashton, Venice, FL; Eiro Fukuda, Mason, OH; Eric Patton Weinberger, Fairfield, OH; and Daniel Clark Buchner, Boston, MA.
Eiro, "An optimization procedure to design a minibus feeder service: an application to the sintra rail line," Procedia, vol.
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Segundo Fernandes e Eiro (2013), o impacto da globalizacao nas vidas socioculturais de muitas pessoas ao redor do mundo deve ser considerado e tem se constituido em tema de debate em areas diversas, gerando "um redimensionamento de seu olhar sobre os fenomenos que constituem seus objetos de estudo, principalmente em face de uma caracteristica relevante da globalizacao, que e a homogeneizacao cultural" (FERNANDES; EIRO, 2013, p.