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'Hartz Concept - German labour market reform Hartz concept is a set of recommendations for reforms to the German labour market in 2002. It was part of the German government's Agenda 2010, known as Hartz I - Hartz IV. Hartz IV brought together the former unemployment benefits 'Arbeitslosenhilfe' and the welfare benefits 'Sozialhilfe', both at approximately the lower level of the former 'Sozialhilfe''
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