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Brain Gain am Beispiel Österreich

Christine Aschbacher
  • Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava, Institute of Industrial Engineering and Management, ul. Jána Bottu 25, 917 24 Trnava, Slovak Republic
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Published Online: 2016-06-30 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/rput-2016-0009

Abstract

BrainGain is a common trend within the last ten years in Europe and all-over the world. Managers, key players and scientists are allowed to choose wherever they want to work in the world. As there is a lack of qualified individuals for companies and universities, BrainGain has become a necessity, and mostly – the higher educated individuals are moving away according to a better offer elsewhere in the world. Therefore, a lot of expats are moving around with their families. Many times, the lack of integration at the current place, country or city, is the critical success factor for staying or leaving. Furthermore, if the family does not feel happy in the current location, then the manager or scientist will move away or return home and the investment will be lost.

Moreover, many students have received a good education in a state university, however afterwards they have not secured a satisfactory job in the country where they have studied, therefore they are moving away to utilise their know-how. Measures to retain the know-how include a common placement and a welcome-culture in the country, and also exchanges on an international level.

Keywords: Arbeitszeitregelungen; Herausforderungen; Wettbewerbsvorteile

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Published Online: 2016-06-30

Published in Print: 2016-06-01


Citation Information: Research Papers Faculty of Materials Science and Technology Slovak University of Technology, ISSN (Online) 1338-0532, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/rput-2016-0009.

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