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2015 | 2(217) | 167-194
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Znaczenie wieku na rynku pracy – model relacji pomiędzy pracownikiem i pracodawcą

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Meaning of Age in Labour Market – Model of Relationship between Employer and Employee
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Pracodawcy odgrywają podstawową rolę w definiowaniu warunków kontynuowania lub opuszczenia pracy w wieku emerytalnym. W artykule został zaprezentowany zarys teoretyczny relacji pomiędzy pracodawcą i pracownikiem. Wiek pracownika ma znaczenie: chociaż nie determinuje on tej relacji, to jest jednym ze wskaźników dla oceny dopasowania i określania oczekiwanej wartości pracownika. Analizie zostały poddane uwarunkowania preferencji wiekowych polskich pracodawców wobec pracowników. Zaprezentowano je w formie zestawu modeli regresji logistycznych dla akceptacji kandydatów w wieku od 20 do 65 lat. Dane pochodzą z największych polskich badań pracodawców Bilans Kapitału Ludzkiego 2010–2013. Wyniki wskazują na powszechne występowania typizacji wiekowej w procesie rekrutacji. Wśród uwarunkowań preferencji wiekowych istotna była między innymi strategia inwestycji w nowego pracownika, zawód, do jakiego poszukiwany był kandydat, wymagania wobec doświadczenia, wykształcenia i kompetencji kandydata. Wyniki wskazują także na związek typizacji wiekowej z typizacją płciową.
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Employers play a key role in defining the conditions for continuing or leaving the work in retirement age. The article presents theoretical model of relationship between employer and employee. Age of the employee is important: although it does not determine this relationship, it is one of the indicators for assessing the fit to the job and for determine the expected value of employee. The analysis present the factors affecting age preferences of Polish employers (as a set of logistic regression models for the acceptance of candidates aged from 20 to 65 years). The data comes from the largest Polish research of employers Human Capital Balance 2010-2013. The results indicate that age typing of jobs is common during recruitment process. Among the important determinants of age preferences were: strategy of investment in new employee, profession, requirements for experience, education and skills of the candidate. The results also indicate a relationship of age typing and gender typing of jobs in recruitment.
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