Publications\ Nonstandard work in Croatia: Challenges and perspectives in selected sectors

23rd February 2018, Department for European Integration

Nonstandard work in Croatia: Challenges and perspectives in selected sectors

Authors: Hrvoje Butković and Višnja Samardžija in cooperation with Ivana Skazlić and Ivana Čavar

Zagreb: Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO), 2018.

The updated version of the book ‛Nonstandard work in Croatia: Challenges and perspectives in selected sectors’ has been published in Croatian. Initially this book was published in English in September 2016. The publication is focused on the activities of the trade unions and employers related to increase of the nonstandard work in the sectors of construction, metal industry, retail trade, public healthcare and agency work. The statistical data sets within this publication also cover the period of economic recovery. Therefore, this edition indicates continuation but also some changes of trends initiated by the economic crisis. This research was made within the international research project ‛PRECARIR – The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations’ financed by the European Commission, DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. The PRECARIR project was implemented between December 2014 and September 2016.

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More about the project: PRECARIR

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The book is available in the electronic form. (Croatian)