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Die Rolle von Netzwerken bei der Sicherung und Gewinnung von Fachkräften

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  • Dankwart, Saskia
  • David, Alexandra
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    Der Fachkräftemangel ist bislang ein sektoral- und regionalspezifisches Problem. Obwohl kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen aufgrund geringerer Ressourcen vom Fachkräftemangel besonders betroffen sind, melden mittlerweile auch Großunternehmen ungedeckten Bedarf. Im Rahmen diverser Maßnahmen gegen den Fachkräftemangel werden zunächst Fachkräfte auf regionaler Ebene mobilisiert. Reichen diese Maßnahmen nicht aus, muss auf die überregionale Fachkräfterekrutierung zusätzlich zurückgegriffen werden. Rückkehr-Migranten sind dabei eine wichtige, aber oft noch vernachlässigte Quelle der Fachkräftegewinnung. Als Rekrutierungskanäle für Fachkräfte sind insbesondere regionale und überregionale Netzwerke zu nennen. --

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    Paper provided by Institut Arbeit und Technik (IAT), Westfälische Hochschule, University of Applied Sciences in its series Forschung Aktuell with number 09/2011.

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