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I would be willing to coordinate the effort on this, yes. I can draft a first version after the brainstorming, gather and incorporate replies, coordinate versions, etc. I'll look into what I can do technically, like a wiki page or the writingboard that was used for the response to the energy consultation. I can also try to structure the discussion if it doesn't take off automatically.

First, let's see what the opinions are here, because I haven't fully formed mine. I'd say the purpose of the labour law should be to provide (especially young) people at the bottom with more secure careers (not necessarily secure jobs). The other major issue is how to integrate the 55-75 age segment into the labour market. What jobs can be found for them, and what role should labour law play here?

To look across the Atlantic, this is a good place for starting to read on how this 'flexibilisation' shouldn't be done.

by nanne (zwaerdenmaecker@gmail.com) on Thu Nov 30th, 2006 at 09:43:43 AM EST
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