Maximizing Labor Market Mobility
Employment policies are a set of measures developed by the state to intervene in the labor market in order to stimulate job creation, improvement of human resources to adapt to the needs of the economy, to ensure fluid and efficient labor market flexibility, decreasing the imbalances and dysfunctions.This article attempts to link the maintenance and increase of employment rate through direct or indirect actions to ensure jobs for young people entering the labor market, for the unemployed and others who want to hire as employees. Goal of ensuring full employment of labor on the one hand seeks a decent living, and on the other hand a high level of product supply
Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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