Review of labour market policies in Switzerland: summary and conclusions, Volume 3, Issue 83
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1995 - Business & Economics - 13 pages
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1993 extension activation concept active and passive active broking active job-search active labour market active programmes adaptive capacity apt-for-placement benefit and placement benefit entitlements benefit recipients cantons and communes communal labour offices control functions data bank difficult economy effective financed full-time Gallen model income losses income-replacement infrastructure insurance benefits intermittent pay job-search efforts job-search initiatives labour force labour market policies labour market programmes Latin cantons long-term unemployed OECD countries OECD WORKING PAPERS package of June passive and active passive labour market placement and benefit placement services placing job seekers private offices Private placement agencies private providers private unemployment benefit problems public employment programmes referral of unemployed reform package regional placement offices rising unemployment RPOs scheme short-time working benefits social assistance social partnership stamping obligation suggest that Switzerland Swiss authorities Swiss unemployment trade union unemployed persons unemployment assistance unemployment benefit offices unemployment insurance law unemployment persistence Vacancy display wage subsidies