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Alternative Flexibilisierungsstrategien der Beschäftigung

  • Carstensen, Vivian
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    Dieser Beitrag wägt Vorteile und Nachteile verschiedener Flexibilisierungsstrategien ab, die der Stabilisierung des Beschäftigungsniveaus dienen. Insgesamt zeigt sich, daß Arbeitszeitflexibilisierung durch Arbeitszeitkonten alternativen kurzfristig ausgerichteten Anpassungsmechanismen aus Kosten und Nutzenerwägungen heraus überlegen ist. Thematisiert werden Überstunden, Kurzarbeit, Entkoppelung von Arbeits und Betriebszeiten, Kombination von Stamm und Randbelegschaften, temporäre Einstellungen und Freisetzungen sowie Sozialpläne und Vorruhestandsregelungen. Darüber hinaus werden personal und absatzpolitische Maßnahmen diskutiert, die die genannten Instrumente nicht zwangläufig ersetzen, sondern ergänzend zum Einsatz kommen können. Besonders hervorzuheben ist dabei die positive Wirkung qualifikatorischer Flexibilität, die beispielsweise Multiskilling und variierende Arbeitsaufgaben beinhaltet.

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    Paper provided by Leibniz Universität Hannover, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät in its series Hannover Economic Papers (HEP) with number dp-229.

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    Length: 18 pages
    Date of creation: Dec 1999
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