All articles in: Groups of Persons

In this interview, the authors Herbert Brücker and Yuliya Kosyakova answer key questions on the employment of refugees in Germany. ...read more

The article presents empirical findings from German high school students during the school closing due to the COVID-19 ...read more

In Germany, more and more companies are offering measures to improve the reconciliation of family and work. This carries benefits for companies and employees alike, because family-friendly measures ...read more

For every euro a man earned per hour in Germany in 2018, a woman earned on average only 0.79 euros. This amounts to a gender wage gap of 21 percent, which is even greater among high-skilled ...read more

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

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

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 ...read more

A good 70 percent of refugees in Germany come from eight non-European asylum seekers’ countries of origin. Their integration into the German labour market has increasingly gained momentum in ...read more

There is a large wage gap between women and men. The search for explanations and solutions must start exactly where wages are decided: in the enterprises. In Germany, operational measures to promote ...read more

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