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Age as a Basis of Differentiation in Employment Regulation of Employment in the Context of Economic Crisis

Student: Sofiya Shevchenko

Supervisor: Marina Buyanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The relevance of this topic is due to the general trend of rising unemployment among young people, as well as difficulties in finding work for older people in the complicated economic situation in the Russian Federation. The aim of the work is to research and identify a set of theoretical and practical problems associated with the implementation of subjective labor rights and the legitimate interests of young workers and employees of older age groups. Within this research, differentiation is considered as one of the basic principles of modern labor law. A study of the educational function that work has on minors was conducted, the pros and cons of work at a young age are listed. The work also describes the types of violations that are committed by employers in relation to minors, seriously worsening the situation of the latter in comparison with adult workers. The study also covers the topic about active participation of employment agencies in the employment process for people of different age groups who have such positive effects as: improving awareness of job seekers and employers, developing motivation in job seekers who improve their personal qualities in order to make a decent impression on the employer, and as a result, the action of the employment authorities leads to an improvement in the quality of life of the population.Therefore, one of the main conclusions of the work is the need to continue the development of the system of employment agencies and the creation of the most efficient system that provides working citizens the opportunity to maintain a decent standard of living. Also, it is worth noting the need to develop opportunities for advanced training for employees of older age groups who, at the moment, are experiencing significant difficulties in finding employment due to age discrimination.

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