By Dr. Gerard Evers, Dr. Bert van Hees (auth.), Gerard Evers, Bert van Hees, Joop Schippers (eds.)
The Dutch have their very own method of operating, setting up and coping with. This ebook covers contemporary advancements in labour markets, labour kinfolk, caliber of labor, human assets administration, paintings enterprise and gender/diversity, as they replicate in social technology learn. It provides an summary of significant matters and issues in social and administration sciences and it issues to shifts in debates and arguments.
The e-book covers a couple of disciplines, similar to economics, administration and enterprise technology, and sociology, and thematic fields comparable to gender reviews and human assets administration.
This state of the art assessment of labor, company and labour study fields within the Netherlands specializes in switch in theories and paradigms, on moving governance networks (the session economy), on altering policy-agendas and on new concerns like subjectivity, id and variety. It contributes to knowing the Dutch version in numerous respects, and may be of use to scientists, scholars, policy-makers, media, administration, specialists.
The ebook has been commissioned through The Netherlands Universities Institute for Coordination of analysis in Social Sciences (SIS-WO).
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