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Rekomendacje działań ograniczających zjawisko pracy nierejestrowanej

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Autor podsumowuje główne ustalenia projektu badawczego mającego na celu ograniczenie zjawiska pracy nierejestrowanej. Przedstawia pakiet propozycji zarówno form prawnych jak i administracyjno-gospodarczych, które można pogrupować na: zachęty finansowe, usprawnienia organizacyjno-administracyjne, uelastycznienie stosunków pracy, indywidualna pomoc dla pracowników nierejestrowanych, kampanie informacyjno-edukacyjne.
Author summarizes major findings of the research project and puts forward the package of suggestions concerning legalization of unregistered forms of economic activity covering both legal and administrative and economic measures that take into account diversified sensitivity of the variety of labour market actors. (original abstract)
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