Employability and Access to Training: A Contribution to the Implementation of Corporate Responsibility in the Labor Market

Employability and Access to Training: A Contribution to the Implementation of Corporate Responsibility in the Labor Market

Springer VS | Philosophy | August 28. 2016 | ISBN-10: 3658147954 | 148 Pages | PDF | 1.92 MB

Authors: Castellazzi, Silvia
Sociological Study

Silvia Castellazzi shows how companies can implement their corporate responsibility and support employability and access to training in an incentive-compatible manner. The study provides insights into unrealized cooperation and disincentives which prevent companies from investing in a shared pool of employable and skilled people. The research draws on the theoretical framework of the economic ethics and on in-depth interviews with key stakeholders in two European countries. Findings show that incentives for investments in training are selective and might reinforce path-dependencies and exclusion, while not supporting cooperation and productive competition. The study also shows the value of conceptualizing employability as a social rather than a psychological contract to facilitate investments and the implementation of corporate responsibility.

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Topics
Ethics
Political Science
Area Studies

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