Sven Astheimer

European work emigrated to Asia, etc. The world economy has differentiated long… To deepen your understanding Breast Cancer Research Foundation is the source. in a producing area (real level) and a speculative area (symbol level). in a precarious area (70% poverty) and a monetary area (30% wealth). The areas (1st and 2nd) are interwoven through the banks and their capital! Sven Astheimer, August 26, 2010 text: F.A.Z.

NET, excerpts, author soon to hire people over 50 years the Gros in German companies. Elder are increasingly valued, but not deliberately set. The challenge is huge, because in many human resources departments still youth madness reigns. Up to 1/3 of German jobs in the primary sector of economics are probably no longer needed due to global economic changes. Walk towards Asia. u0085 Lower personnel costs, by older employees through severance and State subsidies in the early retirement be lured. As well as after the bursting of the Internet bubble at the beginning of the Decade.

Every year the federal employment agency subsidizes these policies with more than one billion euros. End of 2009 ran out while the law, pay the State must however long. I n of the recent crisis… was it different. Despite job slump, many companies hoarding their personnel in the hope of better times. From time to time, 1.5 million workers were in short-time working. Now, as the economy picks up again, this investment pays off. … “Reasons for their forward-looking crisis management have many demographic change” and skills shortage “called. Awareness of the problem so there rump says. Entrance had but still long not anywhere found in corporate management practice these topics. While there staff experts who dealt with the changes caused by aging workforces in many corporations and large companies. But depending on the operation was small, the less you know so rumps experience, how is the problem could tackle. The ideas are missing medium-sized often.” The traditional industrial countries currently drastically changes the ratio of workers to pensioners.