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Active Measures for Stimulating the Employment of Labour Force and its Impact in the Gorj County

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  • Ecobici, N
  • Paliu-Popa, L

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In Romania the government tried to stimulate the employment trough active measures since 2002. Therefore, there are two types of measures: one that attempts to increase the chances of employment of the persons that are looking to work. These measures include the following: job-matching services, information and counselling services, organizing vocational training courses, benefits granting to the unemployed who take up employment before the end of the period of entitlement to the unemployment benefit, the stimulation of the labour force mobility. The other one is destined to stimulate employment of the unemployed (unemployed over 45 years or single providers for the monoparental family, unemployed who are three years away from pension, graduates, disabled persons) and create new jobs through granting loans to SME’s for new jobs creation. In fact, the paper is a guide of the active measures used to employment in Romania. In the end, we present the impact of those measures calculated for Gorj County till December 2006.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 8043.

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Keywords: employment; active measures; job-matching services; information and counselling services; organizing vocational training courses; benefits granting to the unemployed; force mobility;

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