Perceived skills mobilisation: a theoretical framework and case study among polish workers in Norway

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  • Kjell Åge Gotvassli

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https://doi.org/10.48075/igepec.v17i1.9398

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Economics, mobility, workers, Polish, Norway

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This article discusses the use of Polish workers in Norway. The focus will be on how and to what extent the overall skills set of Polish workers is used and whether mobilising a greater part of this skills base is regarded as a competitive advantage. I will present two case studies in order to illustrate and discuss some of the points in the theoretical framework, and the findings that have been made by others in relation to Polish workers in Norway. One finding is that by viewing Polish workers primarily as (cheap) labour, companies are missing out on many skills that they could have used to improve routines and products.

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08-04-2014

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ÅGE GOTVASSLI, K. Perceived skills mobilisation: a theoretical framework and case study among polish workers in Norway. Informe GEPEC, [S. l.], v. 17, n. 1, p. 67–83, 2014. DOI: 10.48075/igepec.v17i1.9398. Disponível em: https://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/gepec/article/view/9398. Acesso em: 2 out. 2022.

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