Generations of economists have racked their brains over the best instruments and policies leading to a flexible labor market in the interests of both employers and employees.
Flexibility seems to be of the essence, that is the ability to swiflty adapt to a changing economic environment both nationally and globally. This page collates the latest DW content on the topic.
The German labor market is booming, employment is at a record high and the economy is experiencing its longest growth period ever. To stay competitive, many German businesses need qualified, skilled workers from abroad. After months of wrangling over migration issues, Germany's coalition government has finally reached a deal. Mike Mühlberger reports from Berlin.