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Monthly Labor Review (No.53, May 2009)
Monthly Labor Review (No.53, May 2009)
  • Author Labor Trends Analysis Office
  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date May 18, 2009
  • Length 108 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
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  • Table of Contents
    The Monthly Labor Review aims to provide useful insights into current labor issues and policies to scholars as well as ordinary Koreans who do not specialize in labor. Although the Monthly Labor Bulletin provided basic statistics and analysis on current labor issues until December 2004, it was often criticized for targeting only a limited number of readers, namely scholars. Thus, in order to help readers better understand a wide range of labor issues, the first issue of Monthly Labor Review was published in January 2005. It is composed of a Labor Focus, Feature Articles, Issue Analysis, Panel Study, Statistics Prism, and Labor Market Trends .

    - Table of Contents -

    ▣ Labor Focus
    On the Other Side of the Labor Standards Act (Seung-Yeol Yee)

    ▣ Special Feature
    Necessity and Direction of Work Sharing Aiming for Work-Life Balance (Hoon Kim, Soo Kyeong Hwang)
    Cases of Work Sharing Aiming for Work-Life Balance: Various Work Types of Nursing Workforce at Small and Medium Sized Hospitals (In-Seon Kim)

    ▣ Issue Analysis
    Strategies of the Labor, Management, and the Government in Response to the Depression of the Automobile Industry (Seong Jae Cho)
    Impact of the Economic Crisis on Labor Turnover and Unemployment Rate (Deok-Soon Hwang)
    Employment Changes by Gender and Economic Fluctuation (Min Ki Hong)
    Fact-finding Survey on Full-time Union Officials (Jeong-Han Kim)

    ▣ Statistical Prism
    Extended Unemployment Indices and Trends in Hidden Unemployment
    Reduction in the Employment of Female Small Business Owners

    ▣ Policy Briefing
    Policy Briefing

    ▣ Major Trends in Labor
    Major Trends in Labor