labour market


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labour market

A labour market is defined by employer needs, geography, education and technical expertise, occupation, licensure or certification requirements and experience of the labour pool.
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Labour market policies and specialisation in R&D intensive industries Cross-country correlation coefficients (a) Tax wedge -0.43 (*) Unemployment benefits -0.13 Coverage of collective agreements -0.65 (**) Employment protection legislation -0.47 (*) (a)Cross-country correlation between the component of manufacturing R&D intensity that is due to industry composition and selected labor market policies (see Nicoletti et al., 2001, for full details on the decomposition of R&D intensity in within-sector and industry composition components).
Human Resources Development Canada corporate data provides additional evidence of strengthening conditions in the local labour market. The number of employment insurance claimants in North Bay and area has been on a nine-year downswing.
Differential access to the labour market is one of the more important causes of poverty.
The objectives of the collection are twofold: first, to provide the reader with an international perspective of labour market and social protection reforms which have undergone major changes in the past two decades and, second to provide practical policy guides and recommendations using case studies and comparative chapters.
The cabinet reviewed the indicators of the labour market in the first half of 2019, and the latest developments of the National Employment Programme (NEP), launched following directives from HRH the Prime Minister, and based on a recommendation by the Executive Committee, chaired by HRH the Crown Prince, to create job opportunities for the citizens through implementing a number of initiatives aimed at boosting the national economy and developing the labour market.
the Business Secretary also confirmed that Matthew Taylor, the architect of the independent Taylor Review of modern working practices and an expert in modern business practices, has been appointed as the interim Director of Labour Market Enforcement
'LMIS is an information system and an active labour market policy instrument that collects, analyses, monitors and captures labour market information such as labour indicators and data,' he said during the HRDC workshop on June 3.
The survey aims at assessing the level of outputs at the higher education institutions in terms of knowledge, skills and efficiencies, which qualify them to move to labour market. It also aims at assessing how far the higher education programmes and specialties meet the needs of the labour market.
Titled Increasing Private Sector Employment of Nationals in the GCC; Labour Policy Options to the Rescue, the paper by TICG, a joint company of Oliver Wyman, Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) and Kuwait Fund for Arabic Economic Development (KFAED), provides insights into pressing labour market issues affecting the GCC economies.
The study aims at proposing efficient economic projects and investment policies that enhance the employment of Omanis at the labour market.
Muscat: A study was conducted to devise investment policies that enhance the employment of Omanis in the labour market.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-August 18, 2015-Permanent job vacancies increase at slowest rate for 26 months in Scotland's labour market

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