The ongoing organisational restructuring is splintering workforce, dispersing it in a variety of territories and according to different working conditions in terms, first of all, of pay, stability, protection career and life-long learning opportunities. The essay provides an overview of the empirical findings in connection with the existing disparities in the world of subordinate work, focusing specifically on two aspects: income and opportunities for life-long learning and training opportunities and professional career advancements. Within this context a segment of the workforce results being more disadvantaged compared to the rest. While the most important dimensions of the disparity continues to be the educational level, type of work and gender, other dimensions have been considered in the present work.

Debolezze e disuguaglianze nel lavoro subordinato: alcune evidenze empiriche su redditi e opportunità di crescita professionale

PEDACI, MARCELLO
2008

Abstract

The ongoing organisational restructuring is splintering workforce, dispersing it in a variety of territories and according to different working conditions in terms, first of all, of pay, stability, protection career and life-long learning opportunities. The essay provides an overview of the empirical findings in connection with the existing disparities in the world of subordinate work, focusing specifically on two aspects: income and opportunities for life-long learning and training opportunities and professional career advancements. Within this context a segment of the workforce results being more disadvantaged compared to the rest. While the most important dimensions of the disparity continues to be the educational level, type of work and gender, other dimensions have been considered in the present work.
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