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Disabled Persons on Labour Market - Analysis of Solutions in Poland and Selected EU Countries

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  • Maja Prudzienica

    (University of Economics in Wroclaw, Poland)

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In Poland the disabled labour market is still evolving. One of the proofs is that the disabled employment regulation law is the most often modified law act (Ustawa…1997). Author is doing scientific research in the area of NGO’s – Public Institutions partnership observed problem employment of the disabled in Poland, the current employment rate is just 18,2% (http://www.fazon.pl/pdf/op08.pdf 2006, 10.08.2012) the disabled, compared to a rate of 63,8% (op.cit.) for the non-disabled. This article is an attempt to find optimal systemic solutions for disabled employment.

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  • Maja Prudzienica, 2012. "Disabled Persons on Labour Market - Analysis of Solutions in Poland and Selected EU Countries," MIC 2012: Managing Transformation with Creativity; Proceedings of the 13th International Conference, Budapest, 22–24 November 2012 [Selected Papers], University of Primorska, Faculty of Management Koper.
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