Hanne Cecilie Kavli

Hanne Cecilie Kavli
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In the concluding chapter, we summarise the volume's main findings and discuss some of the possible, future prospects of part-time work. We return to the question of dualisation of part-time work and discuss the capability of policy and regulations to influence the divide between good and bad part-time jobs and labour market insiders and outsiders....
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The growth in marginalized part-time work is a phenomenon often seen as part of an ongoing dualisation process in the labour market. Involuntary part-time is closely associated with marginalization. In Norway, the policy makers have tried to combat involuntary part-time work by introducing changes in the Working Environment Act (WEA). The intention...
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Migrants are often at a disadvantage in the labour market. Increased migration has therefore led to a strong focus in receiving countries on policy that can facilitate employment. Less attention is paid to working hours, contracts or type of work. The workplace is viewed as an arena where immigrants can improve language skills and establish contact...
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Integrating non-Western refugees into the highly specialised Scandinavian labour markets has proven difficult. This highly ideological policy field is an interesting case for the study of policy learning versus ideas as drivers for institutional change or continuity. Using the Norwegian Introductory Programme as a case study, we show that the appli...
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Det er godt dokumentert at innvandrede kvinner har lavere sysselsetting enn norske kvinner uten innvandringsbakgrunn. Men hva preger deltakelsen i arbeidslivet blant de som har fått en fot innenfor? I denne artikkelen studeres mobilitet i arbeidstid og arbeidstilknytning gjennom å ta i bruk registerdata der kvinner som var sysselsatt i 2009 følges...
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How immigrants and their descendants adapt to the dual earner family model of Scandinavian welfare states is a topic of considerable interest. While earlier studies have addressed this issue in terms of economic integration, expanding our understanding of how cultural adaptation underpins these processes is vital. This study aims to identify patter...
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Abstract: Dialogue based work against sickness absence among immigrant workers The article analyses employers’ follow-up work for sick-listed employees with immigrant background. We find relatively small differences between immigrants and natives with respect to whether they receive follow-up from their employers during sick spells. This is measure...
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User involvement has become an explicit goal within social service provision. Even so, the term remains ambiguous, and its implementation troublesome. Implementation theory lists a number of factors influencing bureaucratic behaviour; in this paper we investigate the ‘human factor’. Our ambition is to provide a framework for analysis of user influe...
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Activation has become an important paradigm for social policies in Europe. New migrants and refugees especially constitute a category with particular problems in accessing the labour market, and have thus become a prime target group for activation in some countries. The article addresses the tension between aims of employment and economic self-suff...

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