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Legal Status Of Migrants Admitted For Employment, The.

Author: Council of Europe; Ryszard Cholewinski
Publisher: Strasbourg Cedex : Council of Europe, 2004.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Recent trends indicate that European countries are admitting more foreign workers to fill labour shortages caused by ageing populations and the increasing globalisation. The changing labour environment is reflected in the advent of new technologies, different labour standards giving rise to an increase in self-employed economic activities, and a greater diversity in working times and practices. Consequently, some  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Europe, Council of.
Legal Status Of Migrants Admitted For Employment, The: A Comparative Study Of Law And Practice In Selected European States.
Strasbourg Cedex : Council of Europe, ©2004
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Council of Europe; Ryszard Cholewinski
ISBN: 9789287154095 9287154090
OCLC Number: 1024279095
Description: 1 online resource (94 pages)

Abstract:

Recent trends indicate that European countries are admitting more foreign workers to fill labour shortages caused by ageing populations and the increasing globalisation. The changing labour environment is reflected in the advent of new technologies, different labour standards giving rise to an increase in self-employed economic activities, and a greater diversity in working times and practices. Consequently, some European countries have adopted new laws and policies in order to attract both highly-skilled and less skilled foreign workers. However, the legal status of these migrants has become a.

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