Csillag Sára, Farkas Jácint, Fekete-Frojimovics Zsófia, Nagy Adrienne, Petykó Csilla : Hospitality sector and the (non-)employment of people with disabilities. Hungarian restaurant owners’ experiences after the COVID outbreak

The hospitality sector in Hungary has experienced a dramatic downturn in the last three years. After the shock of COVID, the industry faces further difficulties due to labour shortages and the war in the region. In our research we asked restaurant owners about their opinion of employing people with disabilities and how COVID has shaped... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.5

Kovács Gábor : Innovation Trends and the Labour Market: How Do We Respond to the Needs of People with Disabilities?

One of the cornerstones of economic growth in the 20th century, the development of an economy based on innovation, is also currently rearranging social and employment structures with the development of institutions, enterprises and technologies. The strengthening and weakening of economies and the development of various market tendencies will sooner or later also affect the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2020.2.15

Dunás-Varga Ildikó : Attitudes Regarding the Education and Employment of Persons with Disabilities.

This study aims to present European and Hungarian analyses of attitudes towards persons with disabilities in the areas of education and training. Previously published data on employment and degrees awarded in higher education also presents a clear overview of the effects of negative discrimination in Hungary. The second part of this study presents the ‘multi-discriminatory... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2020.2.13