The paper aims to identify overall job satisfaction in the Czech Republic and explore its differences between the various economic sectors. It also provides a comprehensive view of potential influence factors on job satisfaction with the emphasis on sociodemographic variables and job characteristics.
Browsing: Labour market
Employee satisfaction is a crucial issue in the current business environment. The new situation on the labour market caused by the current phase of the economic cycle is the main concern of enterprises in Central Europe.
This paper examines the efficient operation of the Romanian labour market, as measured by the relevant indicators of labour demand and supply from 2008Q2 to 2016Q3. The survey conducted for this purpose revealed fluctuations in the number and rate of job vacancies, respectively in the unemployment rate.
“The Win-Win-Win Papakonstantinidis Model”: Bargaining Possibilities When there are Three Involved Parties on a Labour Market and two of them are Active Decision-Makers
That’s a summary of our research in Greece and Germany as it concerns with their “labor market”. We examine the 3-polar system in the labor market, State-Company-Citizen. The aim of this paper is to show the bargaining possibilities when there are three involved parties on a labor market and
In terms of labour market outcomes, the emigration process tends to temporary ease the pressures generated by high unemployment rates, thus leading to a slight employment increase.