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MANAGEMENT OF LABOUR FORCE MOVEMENT APPLIED IN SLOVAKIA

Abstrakt:

The research object of this scientific paper is the freedom of labour force movement. The paper objective is to highlight the significance of the institute of free labour force movement that is utilised by Slovak citizens. Moreover, the paper further examines and analyses employment of foreigners in Slovakia and illegal employment which is considered as negative social and economic problem not complying to the European Union legislation. The analysis also covers the measurements introduced to the Slovak labour force market. The objective of investigations are phenomena, processes and measures associated with the freedom of labour force movement within the European Union. The results point out the reality that the number of the people working abroad is growing, so is the number of people not interested in returning to a domestic state. Finally, the recommendations for the management of labour force movement are discussed that could assist managing “desired or undesired” migration of people in Slovakia or worldwide.

Autor: Darina SAXUNOVÁ, Lenka CHORVATOVIČOVÁ

Vydanie: 2018/2     Strany: 35-43     Klasifikácia JEL: J6, J8, J81

Kľúčové slová: labor mobility, regulation, Slovak labor market, free movement, migration

Sekcia: SOCIAL CONTEXT OF THE ECONOMY, LABOR MARKET AND HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

Kontakty:
Darina Saxunová, doc. RNDr. PhD.
Dept., Faculty of Management,
Comenius University in Bratislava,
Odbojarov 10, P.O.BOX.95,
82005, Bratislava
e-mail: Darina.saxunova@fm.uniba.sk

Lenka Chorvatovičová, Mgr.
Dept., Faculty of Management,
Comenius University in Bratislava,
Odbojarov 10, P.O.BOX.95,
82005, Bratislava
e-mail: Lenka.chorvatovicova@fm.uniba.sk

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