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Atypische Beschaeftigungsverhaeltnisse – Einleitung zum Schwerpunktheft (Atypical employment - Introduction)


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  • Keller, Berndt
  • Nienhueser, Werner
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    Zu den atypischen Beschaeftigungsverhaeltnissen zaehlen wir im Folgenden (im Sinne einer Nominaldefinition) Teilzeit, geringfuegige Beschaeftigung/Mini- und Midijobs, befristete Beschaeftigung, Leiharbeit, Werkvertraege sowie Solo-Selbststaendigkeit. Die dieses Schwerpunktheftes spiegeln sowohl die inhaltliche als auch die methodische Heterogenitaet der aktuellen Diskussion wider. Sie differenzieren und erweitern den Informationsstand ueber einzelne Formen und deren Folgen (vor allem von Minijobs und Leiharbeit) sowie ueber die sowohl kurz- als auch langfristigen Probleme, welche mehreren Formen gemeinsam sind (z. B. Qualifikationsrisiken, geringe Chancen der Aufwaertsmobilitaet).

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    Article provided by Rainer Hampp Verlag in its journal Industrielle Beziehungen.

    Volume (Year): 21 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 5-14

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    Handle: RePEc:rai:indbez:doi:10.1688/indb-2014-01-keller

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    Keywords: atypical employment; labour market flexibility; gender; household; wages; occupational skills; occupational mobility; employment career; temporary agency work; flexible labor; labor adjustment; atypical employment; post-democracy; civil rights; co-determination; industrial relations; temporary work; contract work; precarious work; relationships/contingent work; locum doctors; precariousness; solo-self employment;

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