Conceptualization of Public Policy on Employment Stimulation in Romania
This paper presents the public policy on employment boost that must help people looking for a job in order to strengthen individual capacity occupation (by providing outreach programs and personalized career counseling, professional training and fostering individual entrepreneurship initiative) based on a legal framework recast regarding unemployment insurance system and employment promotion. The measures envisaged by the amending Agreement legislation are consistent with the priorities of EU policy on labor market flexibility, reducing youth unemployment and labor market segmentation, facilitating the transition from education system to employment system, and strengthening dialogue with social partners in order to increase employment rate and achieve the target of 70% through the National Reform Program 2011-2013 in the context of the Europe 2020 Strategy.
Volume (Year): XIV (2014)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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