On the way towards flexicurity in the countries of former YugoslaviaSuzana Laporšek
, Primož Dolenc
, 2011, original scientific article
Abstract: The paper presents the latest available data on the labour market situation and a systematic in-depth analysis of the level of implementation of flexicurity policy components (i.e. flexibility of working arrangements, lifelong learning strategies, expenditures for social security of unemployed and active employment policies) in the countries of former Yugoslavia. The paper finds that ex-Yugoslav countries are, on average, characterized by relatively strict employment protection legislation and low levels of part-time and temporary employment, in spite of significant liberalization measures during the past decade. Majority of countries provide relatively weak social protection of workers in terms of unemployment benefits schemes with extremely low coverage rate. Furthermore, most of the countries face difficulties in the design and implementation of active employment policies and lifelong learning programmes. The latter two policy components are still poorly developed also in CEE countries.
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Summary of found: ...prožna varnost, trg dela, politika zaposlovanja, države bivše Jugoslavija, ...
Keywords: prožna varnost, trg dela, politika zaposlovanja, države bivše Jugoslavija
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