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2014 | 2014 5(100) Międzypokoleniowe zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi | 113-121
Article title

The Employment of Seniors in France

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EN
Abstracts
EN
France, like Poland, is still far from the Lisbon goal of a 75 percent employment rate of the active population between fifteen and sixty–four. At around 40 percent, the senior employment rate is much too low in both countries. Successive French governments have tried to implement various measures at a national level. None have provided the expected return on investment. Meanwhile, conditions for retirement have been modified several times. Some changes induced longer work and/or contribution periods, while others facilitated early retirement—subject to certain conditions with either a positive or a negative impact on future pensions, depending on the type of modification.
Year
Pages
113-121
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Document type
case
Dates
published
2014-10-15
Contributors
  • French National Association of Human Resource Managers,
  • N. Legrain, French National Association of Human Resource Managers
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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ISSN
1641-0874
YADDA identifier
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