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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki
Euroregionalnej
im. Alcide De Gasperi
BOOK
DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT IN THE V4 COUNTRIES AS AN ANSWER FOR DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES
 
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Matej Bel University of Banka Bystrica
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University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów
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University of Szeged, Hungary
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Vysoká škola mezinárodních a veřejných vztahů Praha
 
Publication date
2017-04-16
ISBN
978-83-62753-88-8
Place
Józefów
Format
210x148 mm
Binding
Pages count
74
Publisher
WSGE
 
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ABSTRACT
This Final Report is a part of the project “Diversity management in V4 countries as an answer for demographic changes” (Research Project No.21610490). The main aim of the Report is to review the demographic changes in selected V4 countries with diversity management perspective. The global ageing population and the new generation of young professionals entering the market are changing the shape of the workplace. Companies need to look forward and prepare for the workforce of the future and understand the organizational changes this will bring. By 2060, there will be just 2 workers for every person aged 65 or over - half today's figure. Despite immigration, the population of about half of EU countries are expected to shrink. Overall EU population will grow only slightly before peaking in 2050. Demographic developments are having a profound effect on the structure of the population in many EU Member States, with older persons accounting for an increasing share of the total population, as the population pyramid becomes inverted among younger and middle-aged persons. As such, changes in employment rates for older workers will have a greater impact on overall employment rates as the proportion of older people in the total population continues to grow. In response to this process of demographic ageing, some governments have already taken action to raise the exit age from the labour force; this development may be expected to continue if there are further improvements in health and living conditions, as well as further gains in life expectancy.
FUNDING
Project supported by the International Visegrad Fund
 
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