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GLOBALLY APPLIED FREE LABOUR MOVEMENT MANAGEMENT IN TERMS OF CONTEMPORARY MIGRATION PROBLEMS

Abstrakt:

The research object of this scientific paper is the freedom of labour force movement. The paper objective is to study development and trends of labour force movement from the global perspective. Moreover, the paper further examines, and analyses migrants’ flows especially within OECD countries stressing the position of Slovakia, as a member of Visegrad 4 Group countries, too. The analysis also covers the measurements introduced by selected OECD countries and Slovakia. The objective of investigations are phenomena, processes and measures associated with solving problems of big migrants’ surge recently. The changes in integration policies in OECD countries underlining the principle of solidarity that should be emphasised in their implementation. Finally, the policies established are analysed and recommendations for the management of labour force movement are discussed that could also be implemented for “desired or undesired” migration of people in Slovakia or worldwide.

Autor: Darina SAXUNOVÁ

Vydanie: 2018/4     Strany: 32-40     Klasifikácia JEL: J6, J8, J61, H24

Kľúčové slová: labor mobility, integration policy,Slovak labor market, free movement, migration

Sekcia: SOCIAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT

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


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