Performance related pay in employment services
Activation policies often reward job seekers finding a job. In this study of the The Danish National Centre for Social Research, the authors advocate rewarding employees in the employment administration too. Performance related Pay (PRP), as this is called, seems to promote employment chances of social clients. Especially it seems that PRP schemes with collective monetary payoffs have a positive effect.
From Job Security to Employment Security on the Belgian labour Market.
Where is our labour market going in the 21st century? How do we handle ageing and globalisation successfully? Can we finally push back mass unemployment? Can we combine more flexibility with more security? Can we make older people work more? Can we finally include foreigners in the labour force? This book provides new ideas to adjust the organisation of the Belgian labour market to a new era. It calls for broad and deep reforms for the long term, beyond the convulsive short-term reflex of acquired rights.
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