The impact of education, rights, obligations and protection of workers against employment

Vujovic, Efimija (2012) The impact of education, rights, obligations and protection of workers against employment. Masters thesis, Goce Delcev University, Stip.

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Abstract

How in the world, and here, in the last decade of last century and the beginning of this century, the educational system meet a multitude of innovations that are caused by changes in the environment. From one side comes to deep changes in humanity and social arrangements, and the other technical and technological development experienced expansion to rage boundaries. These trends dictate economic entities, that their entrepreneurs and their management. From science to seek new solutions. Usable amount of knowledge in some areas is only a few years. The speed of transmission of information is constantly growing. The widening gap between developed and underdeveloped countries in the world, and between rich and poor in a country. The process of globalization has been promoted in all spheres. Under such conditions are changing systems of values, and thus lifestyle. Outdated operating mode can lead to it to produce staff who are inadequately prepared to meet the needs of the labor market. How imperative the established philosophy of learning aimed zhivopt, the need to institutionalize the system of continuous education and adult education. The process of educating man is knowledge, skills and abilities ovladuvanje ways to meet needs (educational component) and speknuvanje living and working experiences, forming attitudes, developing a critical attitude towards work, good values of the world around him (educational component). As we grow the level of education and age, so declining level of uncertainty in individual job objective, whether it is for men or women. Employability in the workplace grows with the degree of employee education and work experience to approximately 20 years, and then go down. Thus, the more educated people increases employability in the workplace. However, the level of employment opportunities that an individual is able to accumulate in the workplace is reduced in the case of growth of the degree of experience in case work experience exceeds the threshold of 20 years. In other words, what the employee can learn on the job reaches the maximum after he passes substantially long period working in the same company. Exercising rights guaranteed by law and occupational safety provide employment and increase the desire to fulfill job responsibilities. Increased industrial development increases the danger to life and health of workers, which raises the need for greater protection and elimination of hazards that lead to such a threat. It should primarily be achieved by improving working conditions and their adaptation to the production process.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: Social Sciences > Law
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Sladzana Mitrovska
Date Deposited: 26 Dec 2012 13:52
Last Modified: 26 Dec 2012 13:52
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/4575

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