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Employment experience of immigrant workers in tourism
Alja Žigo, Janja Gabruč, Emil Juvan, 2017, other scientific articles

Abstract: This research explores the experience of immigrants employed in tourism in Slove- nia. Four main areas were studied: (1) formal regulation of working and living, (2) health and social care, (3) job satisfaction, and (4) integrationinto the Slovenianen- vironment. The causes for this research were recent stories in various media regard- ingforeignworkersinSlovenianeconomyandlittletonoresearchstudiesinthefield of tourism. The idea of the article was to demonstratethe employment of labour mi- grants% experiences in tourism and to make proposals to improve the employment experience in the future. We started out by studying the existing theory, and then performed qualitative research, in which the employment experiences of four im- migrants was studied in the previously mentioned four identified areas. Interviews were carried out with immigrants from different countries and of different profes- sions,andwerelaterevaluatedwithcontentanalysis.Theresultsofthestudyshow that the employment experience of immigrants employed in tourism in Slovenia is both positive and negative, as there were positive and negative factors of experience identifiedin all areasof research.We do notwantto give a generalisedassessmentof theexperience,but rathershow certainviewsandexperiences;basedonthat,wecan learn.Theresultsdonotapplytotheentirepopulation,butwiththemwepresentthe diversity of the subject. The greatestlimitation while researchingwas finding partic- ipants. Initially, proposals for improvement are given on three levels; government, employer, and society. The main improvement should be the better flow of infor- mation, for which we suggest transferringmore information online. Slovene society should be striving for tolerance so that foreigners would feel more welcomed.
Keywords: tourism labour, immigrants, employment experience
Published in RUP: 20.11.2021; Views: 1078; Downloads: 22
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Shadow economy in Slovenia : the labour approach
Bojan Nastav, Štefan Bojnec, 2007, original scientific article

Keywords: shadow economy, indirect methods, employment
Published in RUP: 15.10.2013; Views: 3230; Downloads: 88
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Labour taxation and its impact on employment growth
Primož Dolenc, Suzana Laporšek, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper aims to assess the characteristics of labour taxation for five different groups of workers and labour market performance (in terms of employment and unemployment rate) in the EU and to examine whether tax wedge affects employment growth in the EU. The descriptive empirical estimates show that the level of labour taxation varies greatly across EU Member States, by which the tax wedge tends to be higher among New Member States (excluding Cyprus and Malta). Furthermore, the panel regression analyses confirm statistically significant negative relationship between tax wedge and employment growth in the EU as a whole. Therefore, the empirical analysis suggests that the EU-27 should continue with the trend of reducing tax wedge, as this would have favourable effects on labour market performance, especially among New Member States.
Keywords: labour taxation, employment growth, labour market, economic policy, European Union
Published in RUP: 15.10.2013; Views: 3258; Downloads: 64
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