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Women and Low-Skilled Workers: Other Countries’ Policies and Practices That May Help These Workers Enter and Remain in the Labor Force
Increasing retirements & declining fertility rates

Our Price: $20.00
By Sigurd R. Nilsen (au)
Year: 2007
Pages: 42
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422319121

Increasing retirements & declining fertility rates could affect the labor force growth in many developed countries. To maintain the size & productivity of the labor force, many gov'ts. & employers have introduced strategies to keep workers, such as women & low-skilled workers, in the workforce throughout their working lives. The author was asked to: (1) describe the policies & practices implemented in other developed countries that may help women & low-wage/low-skilled workers enter & remain in the labor force; (2) examine the targeted groups’ employment following the implementation of the policies & practices; & (3) identify the factors that affect employees’ use of workplace benefits & the resulting implications. Charts & tables.

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