This Research Report contains results from the research of discriminatory job vacancies. It was carried out over a sample of 988 job vacancies, advertised in four daily newspapers and a Web portal in the period from 15th April to 15th September 2013. Data were transformed into codes, which were analyzed in a statistical software later on, and quantitative data were obtained as a final product. Job vacancies were subject of the analysis. This research is first of its kind, providing for several benefits. First, it is a systematized monitoring of a phenomenon for a period of five months and is abundant of data, which can be corrected and can provide for the actual state-of-play as regards the occurrence of discriminatory job vacancies. Hence, it enables the experts to obtain comprehensive observations, helps the Commission for Protection against Discrimination to alert and give recommendations, and assists the policy creators to undertake measures aimed at tackling and resolving the actual situation. Second, it contributes to the science that studies human rights and the labour and labour relations so as to gaining knowledge on the subject of the research, together with all its specifics. Third, the research also contributes from a methodological point of view, since it can serve as a model to translate qualitative into quantitative data and provide for their further statistical and descriptive interpretation. The text gives general overview of the national legislation in the area of anti-discrimination and labour relations and describes the methodology, the sample being researched, the level of discrimination, the forms of discrimination, the bases for discrimination, and delivers conclusions and recommendations.The text gives general overview of the national legislation in the area of anti-discrimination and labour relations and describes the methodology, the sample being researched, the level of discrimination, the forms of discrimination, the ...
|Title||:||Discriminatory job vacancies|
|Author||:||Jovan Ananiev, Zaneta Poposka|
|Publisher||:||GRIN Verlag - 2014-12-30|