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Unstable employment histories and continuing training

Abstract : In the context of increased work mobility, gaining and transferring skills through training surely represents a challenge for employees. Nevertheless, access to training and practices of training of those we could call ‘mobiles' in the labour market is still not well known. Our approach attempts to incorporate a longitudinal dimension into research on selectivity in training, while taking into account the impact of chaotic occupational paths on access to training. Do employees experiencing unstable occupational paths receive less training? What are the respective roles of the State and employers in the funding of this type of training? Could ‘lifelong learning' prevent ‘mobile' employees from experiencing insecure work?
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Coralie Perez. Unstable employment histories and continuing training. Lassnigg L., Burzlaff H., Davia Rodriguez M.A., Larssen M. Lifelong Learning. Building bridges through transitional labour markets, Het Spinhuis, pp.65-86, 2007. ⟨halshs-00293835⟩



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