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Workers, firms, or institutions : what determines job duration for male employees in Germany?

Boockmann, Bernhard; Steffes, Susanne

We examine job durations of German workers using linked employer–employee data. Our results indicate that exit rates are strongly influenced by firm characteristics. The effects of some of these characteristics, however, are limited to particular job positions or skill groups. There is clear evidenc...

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Workers, Firms, or Institutions: What Determines Job Duration for Male Employees in Germany?

Boockmann, Bernhard; Steffes, Susanne

We examine job durations of German workers using linked employer employee data. Our results indicate that exit rates are strongly influenced by firm characteristics. The effects of some of these characteristics, however, are limited to particular job positions or skill groups. There is clear evidenc...

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Trust and control at the workplace: evidence from representative samples of employees in Europe

Grund, Christian; Harbring, Christine

Based on two representative samples of employees, the German Socio Economic Panel and the European Social Survey, we explore the relation between certain measures of control in employment relationships (i.e. working time regulations, use of performance appraisal systems, monitoring by supervisors, a...

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The phantom of the opera: Cultural amenities, human capital, and regional economic growth

Falck, Oliver; Fritsch, Michael; Heblich, Stephan

We analyze the extent to which endogenous cultural amenities affect the spatial equilibrium share of high-human-capital employees. To overcome endogeneity, we draw on a quasi-natural experiment in German history and exploit the exogenous spatial distribution of baroque opera houses built as a part o...

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The German apprenticeship system after unification

Wagner, Kathrin; Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung gGmbH

"Das duale System führt zu einer umfassenden beruflichen Ausbildung für die Mehrheit der Schulabgänger und stellt daher einen bedeutenden Faktor der institutionellen Rahmenbedingungen für die deutsche Wirtschaft dar. Die intensive Ausbildung der Beschäftigten bildet eine Basis für die Herstellung ho...

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The German apprenticeship system after unification

Wagner, Karin

The vocational training system is an important factor within the German institutionalframework. Its high output of skilled and well-educated employees provides a basis for Germany s export success and innovation. In the last few years, however,growing concern has been expressed about the viability o...

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Skills and age of retirement: Have high skilled the highest age of retirement? Bildung und Übergang in den Ruhestand Gehen Höherqualifizierte später in Rente?

Himmelreicher, Ralf K.; Hagen, Christine; Clemens, Wolfgang

Der vorliegende Beitrag untersucht, inwieweit die höchste schulische und berufliche Qualifikation der Versicherten das Rentenzugangsgeschehen beeinflusst. Informationen darüber sind aktuell insofern von Interesse, als die im Mai 2007 in Kraft getretene Initiative 50plus des Bundesministeriums für Ar...

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Return-to-job during and after maternity leave

Fitzenberger, Bernd; Steffes, Susanne; Strittmatter, Anthony

This paper studies the return-to-job of female employees after first birth based on exceptional longitudinal data from personnel records of a large German company. Given a very long maternity leave coverage, we investigate to what extent data available to management allow to predict the return-to-jo...

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Return-to-job during and after maternity leave

Fitzenberger, Bernd; Steffes, Susanne; Strittmatter, Anthony

This paper studies the return-to-job of female employees after first birth based on exceptional longitudinal data from personnel records of a large German company. Given a very long maternity leave coverage, we investigate to what extent data available to management allow to predict the return-to-jo...

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Parental Background and Earnings: German Evidence on Direct and Indirect Relationships

Cornelissen, T; Jirjahn, U; Tsertsvadze, G

Using data from the German Socioeconomic Panel (GSOEP), the study analyzes the direct and indirect effects of parental background on employees' earnings. To examine indirect effects we estimate the determinants of the employees' years of schooling. In a second step, we run wage regressions to examin...

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Occupational distribution of inflammatory bowel disease among German employees.

Sonnenberg, A

Previous reports have shown that both Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis affect people in white collar occupations associated with higher income and higher social class more frequently than other groups in the population. This study sought to carry these analyses one step further and investigate...

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Multinationals, Foreign Market Entry, and Employment Security

Baumgarten, Daniel; Bachmann, Ronald; Stiebale, Joel

We analyze how foreign direct investment (FDI) affects employment security. Using administrative micro data for German employees allows us to follow individual workers over time. FDI intensity is measured at the sectoral level, which enables us to take into account direct as well as indirect (spillo...

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Migrants, minorities and employment in Germany exclusion, discrimination and anti-discrimination

Hönekopp, Elmar; Will, Gisela; Rühl, Stefan; Europäisches Forum für Migrationsstudien

"The following employment study is divided into three parts. The first part describes in detail the situation of foreign employees on the German labour market. Furthermore, possible causes for the situation of migrants on the labour market are discussed and prognoses on the further development are g...

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Low-wage careers: are there dead-end firms and dead-end jobs?

Mosthaf, Alexander; Schnabel, Claus; Stephani, Jens

Using representative linked employer-employee data of the German Federal Employment Agency, this paper shows that just one out of seven full-time employees who earned low wages (i.e. less than two-thirds of the median wage) in 1998/99 was able to earn wages above the low-wage threshold in 2003. Biva...

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Low-wage careers: are there dead-end firms and dead-end jobs?

Mosthaf, Alexander; Schnabel, Claus; Stephani, Jens

Using representative linked employer-employee data of the German Federal Employment Agency, this paper shows that just one out of seven full-time employees who earned low wages (i.e. less than two-thirds of the median wage) in 1998/99 was able to earn wages above the low-wage threshold in 2003. Biva...

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Low-wage careers: are there dead-end firms and dead-end jobs?

Mosthaf, Alexander; Schnabel, Claus; Stephani, Jens

Using representative linked employer-employee data of the German Federal Employment Agency, this paper shows that just one out of seven full-time employees who earned low wages (i.e. less than two-thirds of the median wage) in 1998/99 was able to earn wages above the low-wage threshold in 2003. Biva...

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Lietuvos ir Vokietijos teisės aktų, reglamentuojančių darbuotojų materialinę atsakomybę, lyginamoji analizė The comparative analysis of lithuanian and german law on the material liability of employees

Abariūtė, Inga

Darbuotojų materialinė atsakomybė pasižymi tam tikra specifika ir ypatumais, kurie lyginamosios analizės būdų ir atskleidžiami darbe. Tiek pagal Lietuvos darbo, tiek pagal Vokietijos civilinę teisę, darbuotojui atsiranda pareiga atlyginti padarytą žalą, tačiau tarp materialinės atsakomybės darbo tei...

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Labour Market Institutions in Germany : Current Status and Ongoing Reforms

Bothfeld, Silke

As the German employment system can be generally characterised as highly protective and favourable to employees in respect to their labour rights, democratic participation in the economic sphere and the level of social protection, this article addresses the question of the consequences of these two ...

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Intra-Firm Wage Differentials between German and Non-German Employees

Ohlert, Clemens; Beblo, Miriam; Wolf, Elke

In this paper, we analyse the wage differentials between employees of German and Non-German nationality using linked employer-employee data (LIAB) for the period 1996 to 2007. By focussing on the establishment level, we explicitly consider the heterogeneity of wage setting processes within firms. Ou...

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Interne Arbeitsmärkte und Einsatz temporärer Arbeitsverhältnisse : Eine Fallstudie mit Daten eines deutschen Dienstleistungsunternehmens

Oberst, Mathias; Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus

Die Auswertung von Personaldaten eines deutschen Unternehmens identifiziert einige Merkmale eines internen Arbeitsmarktes für die Stammbelegschaft von dauerhaft beschäftigten Mitarbeitern. Dazu zählen eine überdurchschnittlich lange und hierarchisch zunehmende Betriebszugehörigkeit sowie eine mit de...

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Indian firms in Germany : recent FDI trends & critical success factors

Tiwari, Rajnish; Herstatt, Cornelius

With 190 subsidiaries and 23 600 employees on their payrolls as of August 2010, Indian companies have been at the forefront of emerging market investors in Germany. This article provides an update on trends of Indian FDI in Germany and examines some critical success factors responsible for the perfo...

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Income inequality and job satisfaction of full-time employees in Germany

Wunder, Christoph; Schwarze, Johannes

Using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (GSOEP), it is shown that income comparison with persons who are better off has a clear impact on the job satisfaction of West German full-time employees. Two contrary effects can be identified. On the one hand, there is an aversion to disadvanta...

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Horizontal equity in the German tax-benefit system: A simulation approach for employees

Bönke, Timm; Eichfelder, Sebastian

We analyze the distributive justice of the combined burden of taxes, social security contributions and public transfers on employee households. In order to investigate whether the treatment of families by the aggregate tax-benefit system can be regarded as 'fair', we compare the equivalent incomes o...

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HR processes in managerial work

Lehtisalo, R.; Jarlstrom, M.; Helsingin Kauppakorkeakoulu
2006-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Good Managers Invest in their People

Chapman, M.; IEE; Professional Group J2 Quality Management
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Geringverdiener: wem und wie gelingt der Aufstieg?

Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Stephani, Jens

Using representative linked employer-employee data of the German Federal Employment Agency, this paper analyzes to which extent full-time employees who earned low wages (less than two-thirds of the median wage) in 1998/99 were able to earn higher wages in the following years, and which factors playe...

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Gender Earnings Gap in German Firms: The Impact of Firm Characteristics and Institutions

Heinze, Anja; Wolf, Elke

Most existing analyses on the gender wage gap (GWG) have neglected the establishment as a place where inequality between male and female employees arises and is maintained. The use of linked employee-employer data permits us to move beyond the individual and consider the importance of the workplace ...

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Gender Earnings Gap in German Firms : The Impact of Firm Characteristics and Institutions

Heinze, Anja; Wolf, Elke

Most existing analyses on the gender wage gap (GWG) have neglected the establishment as a place where inequality between male and female employees arises and is maintained. The use of linked employee-employer data permits us to move beyond the individual and consider the importance of the workplace ...

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Freistellung von Betriebsräten: eine Beschäftigungsbremse?

Koller, Lena; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim

According to the German Works Constitution Act, establishments above certain thresholds defined by the number of employees must release members of their works councils from work and enable them to do a full-time job as works councilors. Using a full sample of all establishments affected, we analyse ...

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Flexible Beschäftigung und soziale Ungleichheit Teilzeitbeschäftigung in Großbritannien und Deutschland im Vergleich

Vogel, Claudia

Ein Viertel der britischen Beschäftigten und mehr als ein Fünftel der Beschäftigten in Deutschland arbeiten Teilzeit, mit steigender Tendenz in beiden Ländern. In der vorliegenden Arbeit werden die Teilzeit als am weitesten verbreitete Form flexibler Beschäftigung und ihre Konsequenzen untersucht, u...

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Flexibility can be a Friend

Dromey, J.; IEE; Professional Group J2 Quality Management
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Entwicklungen des Qualifikationsbedarfs in der Bankenbranche

Vitols, Karin; Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung gGmbH

"Im Beitrag wird der Qualifikationsbedarf von Bankbeschäftigten in Bereichen des direkten Kundenkontakts im Privatkundengeschäft deutscher Universal- und Direktbanken dargestellt. Die Bankbeschäftigten setzen sich in diesem Bereich aus Bankkaufleuten, Vermögenskundenbetreuern und angelernten Kräften...

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Entwicklungen des Qualifikationsbedarfs in der Bankenbranche

Vitols, Katrin

Im Beitrag wird der Qualifikationsbedarf von Bankbeschäftigten in Bereichen des direkten Kundenkontakts im Privatkundengeschäft deutscher Universal- und Direktbanken dargestellt. Die Bankbeschäftigten setzen sich in diesem Bereich aus Bankkaufleuten, Vermögenskundenbetreuern und angelernten Kräften ...

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Emotional Management Development

Todd, L.; IEE; Professional Group J2 Quality Management
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Effort-reward imbalance, overcommitment and sleep in a working population

Kudielka, B.M.; von Knel,R.; Gander, M.-L.; Fischer, J.E.

The relationship between workplace characteristics and nocturnal sleep in a working population was investigated. Data from 709 employees (mean age=39 years; 87% men) from two German companies were analysed at the entry of the longitudinal cohort study (overall accrual 73%). We investigated the assoc...

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Efficient Compensation for Employees' Inventions: An Economic Analysis of a Legal Reform in Germany

Will, Birgit; Kirstein, Roland

The German law on employees' inventions requires employees to report to their employer any invention made in relation with the work contract. An employer claiming the right to the invention is obliged to pay a compensation to the employee. Up to now, this compensation is a matter of negotiations. A ...

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Disability from inflammatory bowel disease among employees in West Germany.

Sonnenberg, A

The statistics of the German social security system were used to analyse the epidemiology of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in Germany and to assess its impact on disability. Patients granted disability pension for IBD were compared with a control group of patients disabled from other causes. Croh...

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Computer use and the employment status of older workers : an analysis based on individual data

Schleife, Katrin

This paper analyzes computer use by older male employees and estimates the impact of computer use on their employment status, based on individual data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) for the years 1997 and 2001. In line with previous research on the diffusion of new technologies, a stro...

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Computer Use and the Employment Status of Older Workers: An analysis Based on Individual Data

Schleife, Katrin

This paper analyzes the determinants of computer use by male employees and estimates the impact of computer use on the employment status for older workers, based on individual data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP). In line with previous research on the diffusion of new technologies, a st...

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Computer Use and the Employment Status of Older Workers: An Analysis Based on Individual Data

Schleife, Katrin

This paper analyzes computer use by older male employees and estimates the impact of computer use on their employment status, based on individual data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) for the years 1997 and 2001. In line with previous research on the diffusion of new technologies, a stro...

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Computer Use and the Employment Status of Older Workers - An Analysis Based on Individual Data

Schleife, Katrin

This paper analyzes computer use by older male employees and estimates the impact of computer use on their employment status, based on individual data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) for the years 1997 and 2001. In line with previous research on the diffusion of new technologies, a stro...

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Co-determination and innovation

Kraft, Kornelius; Stank, Jörg; Dewenter, Ralf

This paper examines the effect of the German co-determination law of 1976 (MitbestG) on the innovative activity of German firms. Co-determination applies to firms with 2000 employees or more. Data from 1971-1976 and 1981-1990 on 148 firms are used to compare the number of patents granted to co-deter...

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Case Study: Transforming Business Excellence

O'Connell, B.; IEE; Professional Group J2 Quality Management
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Can insider power affect employment?

Díaz-Vázquez, Pilar; Snower, Dennis J.

Do firms reduce employment when their insiders (established, incumbent employees) claim higher wages? The conventional answer in the theoretical literature is that insider power has no influence on employment, provided that the newly hired employees (entrants) receive their reservation wages. The re...

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Business Excellence through People

Kirk, J.; IEE; Professional Group J2 Quality Management
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Bremst das Schwerbehindertengesetz die Arbeitsplatzdynamik in Kleinbetrieben?

Kölling, Arnd; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim

Das Schwerbehindertengesetz verpflichtete in seiner bis 30.9.2000 gültigen Fassung alle Arbeitgeber ab 16 Beschäftigten, sechs Prozent der Arbeitsplätze mit Schwerbehinderten zu besetzen, ansonsten war für jeden nicht entsprechend besetzten Arbeitsplatz eine Ausgleichsabgabe von monatlich 200 DM zu ...

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Berufliche Weiterbildung und Arbeitsplatzrisiko: Ein Matching-Ansatz

Christensen, Björn

Die vorliegende Arbeit befaßt sich mit den Effekten beruflicher Weiterbildung auf die Entlassungswahrscheinlichkeit und die Wahrscheinlichkeit eigenmotivierter Kündigungen westdeutscher Arbeitnehmer. Als Datengrundlage dient das Sozio-oekonomische Panel (SOEP) 1984?1999. Zur Berücksichtigung der bei...

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Arbeitsrechtliche Schwellenwerte: Regelungen an der Schwelle zur Unüberschaubarkeit

Koller, Lena

Im deutschen Arbeitsrecht gibt es eine Vielzahl arbeitsrechtlicher Schwellenwerte. Diese geben an, ab welcher Mitarbeiterzahl ein Gesetz bzw. eine Regelung wie z. B. der Kündigungsschutz zur Anwendung kommt. Wie in der Arbeit gezeigt wird, erschweren unterschiedliche Definitionen der Mitarbeiterzahl...

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