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More and more companies and administrations offer their employees working time accounts. Between 1999 and 2016, the proportion of companies using this instrument has almost doubled. Above all, models ...weiterlesen

For many mini-jobber it has not been worthwhile to work longer hours up to now. This is a serious obstacle for securing a sustainable supply of skilled workers. A well-thought-out reform completed in ...weiterlesen

The report presents a summary of the workshop "The gender wage gap in Europe: What can we learn from linked employer-employee data?". ...weiterlesen

Professor Enzo Weber presents his concept of Digital Social Security in this video interview and explains the first steps to put the concept into ...weiterlesen

23. May 2019 | International Labour Markets

Protectionism and the argument for creating jobs at home

Ignat Stepanok

In the political debate, trade protectionism has been frequently associated with keeping and increasing the number of jobs at home. The argument is, however, not so simple, since international trade ...weiterlesen

Regina Konle-Seidl, researcher at the IAB in Nuremberg, compares in our video interview policies and practices to faciliate labour market integration of migrants in Austria, Germany, and Sweden. She ...weiterlesen

An interview with Tito Boeri, former President of the Italian National Social Security, on the current situation and the future of the Italian social security ...weiterlesen

An inteview with the IAB researcher Herbert Brücker and Yuliya Kosyakova on the second wave of the IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees. ...weiterlesen

Digitisation will leave a strong mark on the working world of today. Including leadership styles, structures, and cultures. The article by R. Dreyhaupt, F. Gustke, L. Pierkes and M. Schmutzler ...weiterlesen

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