Is Increased Immigration the Answer to the Labor Shortage?
- supervising immigrant workers. Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervision;Nov2001, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p13
Focuses on the role of supervisors in integrating immigrants into the workforce. Myth about immigrant labor; Advantages of immigrants to labor; Solutions for incorporating immigrants into the workforce.
- Does the U.S. Need to Import Professional Workers? Masters, Suzette Brooks; Ruthizer, Ted // USA Today Magazine;Sep2000, Vol. 129 Issue 2664, p18
Encourages the hiring of foreign professional workers by companies in the United States (U.S.). Contribution of foreign professionals to the U.S. economy; Shortage of labor in the information technology sector in the U.S.; Legislation to increase the number of H-1B visas granted to foreign workers.
- Growth 'depends on more foreign skills' // People Management;5/31/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p10
Reports on the need for foreign employees in order to address the skills shortage that is threatening the economy of Ireland. Estimated number of foreign employees that are needed in Ireland.
- Bonded Aliens Make Up Nearly Half the Work Force In the U.S. Virgin Islands. // Monthly Labor Review;Dec68, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p40
Reports that bonded aliens is a significant factor in the economic and social structure of the Virgin Islands of the United States. Limited privileges; Contribution to the economy; Labor status.
- Migration rules relaxed to ease skills shortage. // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Jul2012, Issue 853, p55
The article reports that the government of Australia opened its booming resources sector to foreign workers, which eases a labor shortage that has caused the spiraling of wages.
- Quelques considÃ©rations relatives Ã l'intÃ©gration des travailleurs immigrants en Roumanie. MARIAN, Brïnduşa // Revista Romana de Economie;2015, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p93
Work force free movement in the European Union has become the fourth pillar of the Common Market since 1968. Even at that moment analysis were done concerning the impact that free movement can have on European Union member-states. The studies done up until present show that work force free...
- 'Skills needed' vote. Larkin, Jim // Printing World;1/8/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 1, p10
Reports on the outcome of the Institute of Printing's House of Commons 2003 annual debate in Great Britain. Effects of print equipment design on skilled workforce; Influence of various technologies on the efficiency of printing jobs; Techniques to improve print results.
- NO WAY TO WORK. Wehrfritz, George; Kolesnikov-Jessop, Sonia; Adams, Jonathan; Lee, B. J. // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);12/12/2005 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 146 Issue 24, p50
This article reports on Asia's newly industrialized nations, South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore and their reliance on temporary foreign workers, who do not have the option of applying for citizenship, to fill low-end jobs. In Taiwan, the official foreign-worker population has grown from 16,000...
- Searching for workers, employers get summertime blues. Arndorfer, James B. // Crain's Chicago Business;06/05/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 23, p3
Reports on Illinois-based employers' strategies to cope with the worker shortage in Illinois. Unemployment levels in the state; Approaches to job searches implemented by companies; Industrial sectors affected by the labor shortage; Benefits of hiring foreign workers.