global labor market expertise.

We conduct research on labor market trends, such as the skills mismatch, global mobility & labor migration, and the changes & transitions in the digital era. Our yearly report ‘Flexibility@Work,’ provides a comprehensive overview of international employment trends in the flexible labor market.

people to jobs, jobs to people.

The research, conducted by the IZA Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn, shows that labor migration is important in resolving future labor shortages through which a contribution is made to economic growth and employment.

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future of work in the digital age.

The research reveals the labor market is in the midst of drastic changes. To understand this transition, the researchers assessed two related phenomena: deindustrialization and job polarization.

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self-employment in the Great Recession of 2008-2014.

This study shows that a higher self-employment rate was not conducive to grow out of the Great Recession. The study also reveals that the self-employed are either pushed or pulled into working for themselves.

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tackling undeclared work.

This study, conducted by the University of Sheffield and Regioplan Policy Research, reveals that countries with a smaller undeclared economy are those in which it is easier for companies to resort to temporary employment opportunities to meet labor demands and in which there is greater intervention.

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