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Oliver Stettes Expertise 3. June 2013 The role of governments and social partners in keeping older workers in the labour market

The case of Germany

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The role of governments and social partners in keeping older workers in the labour market
Oliver Stettes Expertise 3. June 2013

The role of governments and social partners in keeping older workers in the labour market

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The case of Germany

This contribution to the European Industrial Relations Observatory looks into the developments in keeping older workers in the labour market. As the study shows, the government has amended legislation and launched several initiatives to promote the extension of working life in the last few years. At the same time, unions and employer’ associations have concluded collective agreements in several sectors that are intended to encourage and induce companies to actively tackle the problems associated with an ageing workforce. There is increasing awareness that company-specific and life-course-oriented approaches can most effectively prevent older employees from exiting from the labour force.

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The role of governments and social partners in keeping older workers in the labour market
Oliver Stettes Expertise 3. June 2013

The role of governments and social partners in keeping older workers in the labour market – The case of Germany

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Eine Analyse von Mieten und Wohnnutzerkosten für 401 Kreise
Michael Voigtländer / Pekka Sagner Expertise 30. April 2019

Wohnkostenreport 2019: Eine Analyse von Mieten und Wohnnutzerkosten für 401 Kreise

Der Wohnnutzerkostenansatz erlaubt einen Vergleich der Mietkosten und der regelmäßig anfallenden Kosten, die ein Wohneigentümer aufbringen muss. Dieser Ansatz wird genutzt, um die relative Vorteilhaftigkeit von Wohneigentum gegenüber Mieten zu bestimmen.

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