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Volume 5
Issue 2
Online publication date 2010-06-08
Title Telework organization model as method of development of disabled persons’ employment quality
Author Tatjana Bileviciene, Egle Bileviciute
Abstract Problem of employment for disabled persons is partly connected with permanent changes and technical achievements in labour market. Telework in particular circumstances creates for disabled persons positive opportunity of choice. Accomplished research of authors analyzes the employment quality factors and proves that implementation of telework model for disabled persons could improve quality of employment of such persons in comparison with recent system of profession rehabilitation and disabled persons employment.
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Keywords Disabled persons, telework, quality of employment, information technologies.
Pages 71-74
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