Wybrane środki prawne wspomagające powrót bezrobotnych osób starszych na rynek pracy w Danii

Magdalena Paluszkiewicz

Abstrakt
The aim of the article is to present a general overview of the selected legal measures that actively support the elderly unemployed people in returning to the Danish labour market. The analysis of the legal construction and effectiveness of these measures, supplemented by the results of research conducted in other selected European countries, will provide the basis for developing a model of combating unemployment among older people in Poland. The following discussion will be focused on Danish legal institutions that are most frequently discussed in the literature.
 
Słowa kluczowe: bezrobocie, bezrobotne osoby starsze, aktywna polityka rynku pracy
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