human value

Unemployment

Other Names:
Unemployed
Underemployment
Under-employment
Unemployable
Related Problems:
Unemployment
Underemployment
Urban unemployment
Rural unemployment
Youth unemployment
Unemployable people
Educated unemployed
Female unemployment
Seasonal unemployment
Disguised unemployment
Long-term unemployed
Unethical use of social welfare benefits
Sensed futility of job-hunting
Inappropriate employment incentives
Exploitation of the unemployed
Underutilization of labour force
Graduate and post-graduate unemployment
Crimes committed during high unemployment
Disparities in unemployment within countries
Deficient local structures for the unemployed
Evasion of work
Suppression of information concerning social problems
Underuse of high productivity methods of agricultural management
Voluntary unemployment
Limited availability of permanent employment in inner-cities
Unemployment of premature school leavers
Government approved employment of war criminals
Limited job information
Restricted scope of local employment
Inadequate access to negotiation on employment and reward
Unemployed trained technicians
Limited image of employability
Dehumanizing working conditions
Limited means of marketing employable skills
Employment dependence on qualifications
Minimal staff funding
Ghost employees
Discrimination against women in employment
Unavailability of trainee employment
Lack of job opportunities for some sectors of society
Transfer of industries to low-wage countries
Rising cost of unemployment benefits
Limited employment base
Unemployed educated youth
Decline of company towns
Disruptive effect of changing employment patterns
Limited opportunities for significant work
Elimination of jobs by automation
Unsustainable livelihoods
Inadequate conditions of work and employment of public service personnel
Employment at risk through elimination of industrial pollution
Segregation in employment
Unfruitful relationship between work and society
Insecurity of changing patterns of work
Government dominated jobs
Unemployment of educated older people
Unemployment in the wood industry
Rigid personnel hiring policies
Discrimination against men in employment
Disorganized attempts of upgraded employment
Insecurity of employment
Inadequate maternity protection in employment
Sexist language in employment
Arbitrary job qualifications
Inequality of employment opportunity
Gender stereotyping of employment
Racial discrimination in employment
Lack of job satisfaction
Insecurity of part-time employment
Second employment
Unemployment of married women
Inaccessible job market
Shifting site of employment
Redundancy trauma
Structural unemployment
Age discrimination in employment
Unemployment caused by environmental conservation
Abuse of project-tied migration
Blind workers
Inadequate conditions of work in the textile industry
Enticing attractions of urban employment
Inadequate conditions of work and employment in utility supply services
Unequal employment opportunities for women
Clandestine employment
Excessive employment of married women
Unemployment as a perpetuator of failure
Unemployed skilled labour
Negative effects of relative wage rates on youth employment
Tedious office employment
Restricted availability of temporary employment
Unemployed older people
Discrimination in employment against immigrant workers
Unchecked poverty cycle
Discrimination against women in employment in intergovernmental organizations
Restrictions on employment of foreigners
Antagonism between employment policy and technical advance
Labour displacement due to import competition
Maladjustment to disciplines of employment
Discrimination in the employment of women with family responsibilities
Employment of criminals in policy-making contexts
Discrimination against working mothers
Restrictive trade union policies concerning employment
Denial of right to maternity leave
Strategies:
Enhancing vocational training capacity
Integrating employment, development and environmental concerns
Increasing employment through transnational corporation activity
Supporting participation of women in work force
Establishing equal opportunity for women in employment
Advocating flexibilization of labour
Promoting equality of opportunity for migrant workers
Improving working conditions of salaried employees
Improving employment of rural women
Increasing clerical employment
Researching women's role in the economy
Increasing employment in accounting sector
Improving job security
Increasing employment in caring professions
Negotiating skeleton agreement for employment
Linking corporate strategies to employment effects
Alleviating poverty by employment
Developing new approaches to work
Preventing outside employment of parliamentarians
Increasing employment in the insurance sector
Increasing employment in commercial law
Elaborating national employment policies
Improving employment for vulnerable groups
Restructuring skill base of population
Improving job security for women
Increasing flexibility of duration of employment
Mitigating social consequences of structural adjustment programmes
Ensuring adequate employment alternatives in coastal zones
Increasing employment in retail sector
Increasing employment in financial sector
Working flexible times
Monitoring employment
Creating employment in the urban informal sector
Encouraging functional flexibility in employment
Enhancing skills of long-term unemployed
Employing the disabled
Increasing employment in banking
Extending probationary period of employment
Requiring period of probationary employment
Creating job-multiplying industries
Increasing international labour mobility
Formalizing education for women and girls
Moving long-term welfare recipients into jobs
Creating employment opportunities based on social utility
Providing incentives for unemployed
Controlling public sector employment
Protecting industry to maintain jobs
Researching clerical work
Improving public sector working conditions
Providing unemployment benefit
Creating productive employment relating to the environment
Training youth for employment in sustainable development
Creating employment in transport
Analysing cost and benefits of labour-based approaches
Reducing discrimination against minorities in employment
Reducing sexual discrimination in the workplace
Providing increased local employment to reduce poverty
Providing employment by energy restructuring
Facilitating job search mobility
Assisting increased parental employment
Disseminating international employment
Introducing employment seeking methods
Assuring consistent work opportunities
Expanding part-time employment positions
Enhancing corporate employment efforts
Acquiring needed employable expertise
Providing work structure
Maintaining qualified workforce
Tapping employable useful skills
Improving information on employment opportunities
Consolidating employment procedures
Providing increased local employment
Ensuring pool of employable labour
Providing public mediation of wage claims
Administering employment patterns
Publicizing positions of employment
Enabling full family employment
Enabling competitive wage initiatives
Safeguarding age limitations on employment
Administering employment contracts
Establishing student employment service
Patterning employment skills
Forming worker organizations
Adjusting for seasonal factors in employment
Adjusting for traditional barriers to employment
Considering worker capability
Discerning employable local talents
Questioning applicability of skills
Training for jobs
Ensuring continual employment
Extending effective business advice
Furnishing employable technical abilities
Developing employable industrial arts
Advancing local employment skills
Developing vocational employment skills
Requiring natural resources for work
Defining human potential for employment
Cultivating new employable skills
Stabilizing employment arenas
Delineating job allocations
Demanding equitable conditions of work
Developing new occupational areas
Requiring engagement of production forces
Specifying employment levels
Providing work force organization
Demanding equitable employment
Generating employment
Demanding employment structures
Re-educating and employing elders
Designing employment procedure
Formulating labour divisions
Creating unemployment models
Creating youth employment
Developing handicap training
Surveying employment structures
Ensuring full employment
Universalizing employment availability
Expanding employment images
Increasing employment by decreasing industrial pollution
Monitoring employment at risk through elimination of industrial pollution
Reducing prejudicial employment practices
Using discrimination in employment practices
Reducing length of time of unemployment
Accepting possibility of work
Restricting scope of local employment
Restricting employment of foreigners
Restricting employment
Restricting growth in employment in manufacturing industries
Taking occupational risks
Relieving scarcity of permanent employment
Providing employment
Reducing segregation in employment
Reducing sexist language in employment
Classifying employment
Declaring employment
Taking employment
Reducing unemployment
Reducing underemployment
Reducing urban unemployment
Reducing rural unemployment
Reducing number of unemployable people
Reducing number of educated unemployed
Reducing female unemployment
Reducing seasonal unemployment
Reducing disguised unemployment
Reducing exploitation of the unemployed
Reducing crimes committed during high unemployment
Reducing disparities in unemployment within countries
Concealing information on the extent of unemployment
Providing fair employment practices
Providing fair employment conditions in garment factories
Regulating youth employment
Discriminating on basis of age in employment
Specifying requirements for employment
Studying crimes committed during high unemployment
Providing local structures for the unemployed
Denying rights to employed children
Denying right of employment for women
Denying right to employment for indigenous populations
Limiting employment for elderly
Using unemployment
Using underemployment
Using interim employment
Discontinuing employment
Supporting unemployed workers
Combating discrimination in employment
Reducing age discrimination in employment
Reducing discrimination against men in employment
Reducing employment discrimination against the elderly
Reducing discrimination against indigenous populations in employment
Favouring disparities in unemployment within countries
Disrupting employment patterns
Moving jobs
Exploiting in employment
Using seasonal fluctuations in work
Employing people illegally
Improving work incentives
Improving maternity protection in employment
Reducing inequality in employment
Preserving inequality in employment
Reducing sexual inequality in employment
Preserving sexual inequality in employment
Preserving inequality of employment opportunities for women
Taking inferior status employment
Increasing environmental sensitivity in employment
Stabilizing employment
Providing female employment
Abstaining from employment
Abstaining from local employment
Abstaining from technical employment
Abstaining from significant employment
Limiting employment alternatives in small communities
Increasing employment alternatives in small communities
Increasing transfer of industries to low-wage countries
Reducing transfer of industries to low-wage countries
Researching relationship between employment and social life
Reporting malpractice of employment agencies
Reprimanding misconduct during employment
Combatting long term unemployment
Forcing employment
Passing judgement on employment contracts
Networking unemployed
Combatting racial discrimination in employment
Settling employment disputes
Promoting employment
Identifying factors which limit employment
Increasing unemployment
Subjects:
Unemployment - test
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values