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Smart Ageing: Der Spagat zwischen Pflege und Beruf. Vom Umgang mit der alternden Gesellschaft

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  • Cirkel, Michael
  • Enste, Peter

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Aufgrund der demografischen Entwicklung wird es in Zukunft zu einem Missverhältnis zwischen Arbeitsnachfrage und Arbeitsangebot kommen. Der Mangel an qualifizierten Arbeitskräften wird zu einem erhöhten arbeitsmarktlichen Wettbewerb führen. Die klassischen personalpolitischen Strategien müssen um Bemühungen ergänzt werden, attraktive Arbeitsbedingungen sowohl für junge als auch für ältere Arbeitnehmer zu bieten. Unternehmen müssen sich auf veränderte Erwerbsbiographien einstellen und eine Mehrfachbelastung der mittleren Generation. Durch die Alterung der Gesellschaft wird sich zudem die Zahl der Pflegebedürftigen erhöhen, damit verbunden auch die Zahl der Beschäftigten, die in ihrem Familienkreis für die pflegerische Betreuung eines Angehörigen verantwortlich sind. Die durch Familien- und Angehörigenarbeit blockierten stillen Reserven des Erwerbspersonenpotenzials müssen stärker aktiviert werden.

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  • Cirkel, Michael & Enste, Peter, 2011. "Smart Ageing: Der Spagat zwischen Pflege und Beruf. Vom Umgang mit der alternden Gesellschaft," Forschung Aktuell 01/2011, Institut Arbeit und Technik (IAT), Westfälische Hochschule, University of Applied Sciences.
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