Polityka zatrudnienia w łódzkich przedsiębiorstwach w latach 1992-1993
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The transformation of the Polish economy has had several implications on the labour market. The proportion of the labour market has been entirely reversed in relation to the recent past. In this situation, the labour resources management carried out in some companies, gains a new meaning. The article tries to show the double role of companies as participants on the labour market, companies stimulate supply and demand side of free work force - offering but also cutting jobs. The existence of unemployment, on the local market creates more suitable condition for firms improving their employment structure. In spite of high rates of unemployment on such a market like Lodz, there is permanent flow of personnel to, and from companies. On the base of empirical research in 63 different Lodz’s companies the author shows the impact of environment and internal conditions of companies on the direction and intensity of personnel flow in 1992-94, as well as companies efforts in rationalisation of employment in this period.