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Labor issues in Korea 2009

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Frame of Image esses, and the government—and macroeconomic indicators are recovering their pre-crisis levels. But labor market indicators show no signs of recovery, and the pre-crisis structural problems persist. Weakening job creation, which has failed to keep pace with the growing economy of the past decade, is posing challenges to the labor market as well as to industrial relations. More specifically, we face many new challenges, including an aging population, widening socioeconomic inequality, and an increasing demand for flexibility, yet we are not fully equipped to meet these challenges head-on. Confrontation remains a part of industrial relations, and labor and management have yet to find a system to represent their interests that fits within this changing market structure. This volume is a collection of significant articles written by researchers at the Korea Labor Institute as they seek to identify many issues for our society to address—and ways to address them. The subject matter embraces industrial-relations and labor-market issues such as corporate social responsibility, social enterprise policy, the new structure of local employment governance, fixed-term employment, and other related topics. I hope this collection will inform readers in other countries of recent developments in the labor-market and industrial-relations spheres in Korea. December 2009 Myung-sook Jun Korea Labor Institute
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Tasks for Creating and Fostering Social Enterprises
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Title Labor issues in Korea 2009
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Material Type Reports
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Korea Labor Institute

Date 2009
Pages 306
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding Korea Labor Institute