TITLE

COMPARISON OF FLEXICURITY IN SLOVAKIA AND DENMARK

AUTHOR(S)
Brinčíková, Zuzana; Darmo, Ľubomír
PUB. DATE
January 2014
SOURCE
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social ;2014, p105
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Present period of globalization, fast economic development and world economic crisis is accompanied with a lot of changes in labour market. Increasing number of people without job and income has negative impacts on the whole economy, creates social tension and endangers public finances. One of the potential and perspective solutions is a support of the flexibility of labour, which eventuates in a more flexible labour market and an increased mobility of labour force. It allows firms to adjust employment to the changed production conditions during the economic recession and work force to widen employment possibilities. Flexicurity characterizes the whole Danish labour market. Its main contribution is, that security and flexibility do not oppose. The core of the Danish system of flexicurity is a flexible labour market with active policy of labour and education policy accompanied with a social security. Several measures in this area were adopted also in Slovakia, what should support labour mobility and flexibility of labour market.
ACCESSION #
117051497

 

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