II Ires-Cgil 2002 Immigration Report

The report begins with a detailed analysis of immigrants’ job placement (job search methods, job placements, contracts and qualifications, skills acquisition, unionization and registration with the CGIL). Subsequently, insights are provided on: the presence in the atypical labor market (with an exploratory research conducted in the north-east areas); collective bargaining and territorial consultation; experiences of trade union action; education and training in immigration policies. 2002 edition, in course of publication (with additions) at EDIESSE.

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