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What was the problem before the implementation of the initiative? Singapore’s Employment Laws: Singapore’s Employment Act sets out the basic terms and conditions of employment, to ensure that employers and employees enjoy basic employment protection such as salary payment, payment rate for overtime work and other employment benefits such as annual and medical leave. (...) If employers fulfil their legal obligations under the Employment Act and CPF Act, their workers should have employment protection and retirement security. (...) In fact, these vulnerable workers are often not aware of their employment rights, or unable to voice out against poor employment conditions for fear of reprisal by employers.
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Score: 396780.7 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/3708
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At the same time recognizes the existing linkages among poverty eradication, full and productive employment and decent work for all and urges all governments to address the global challenge of youth employment. (...) Read the document World Employment Social Outlook This edition of the World Employment and Social Outlook report, devoted to the issue of poverty, comes at a critical juncture. (...) At the same time, it recognizes the existing linkages among poverty eradication, full and productive employment and decent work for all and urges all governments to address the global challenge of youth employment.
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Score: 393499.56 - https://sdgs.un.org/topics/emp...work-all-and-social-protection
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Employment and Decent Work | Poverty Eradication Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Poverty Search UN DESA Home About Us Poverty Eradication Inequality Social Inclusion Employment and Decent Work Publications News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us Poverty Eradication Inequality Social Inclusion Employment and Decent Work Publications News Calendar Contact Us Home Issues Employment and Decent Work Employment and Decent Work Unemployment and underemployment lies at the core of poverty. (...) Hence the creation of productive employment opportunities is essential for achieving poverty reduction and sustainable economic and social development. (...) Many strategies promote self-employment, non-farm employment in rural areas, targeted employment interventions, microfinance and credit as means of employment generation, skill formation and training.
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Score: 393243.63 - https://www.un.org/development...mployment-and-decent-work.html
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In other words, the other side of Europe's weakness of having a low employment record is its availability of a considerable employment potential. (...) This can been seen as Europe's "full employment" potential. As shown in Table 1, this employment "gap" does not lie with prime age men. (...) The main divergence in employment rates can be ascribed to female employment participation.
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Score: 388655.32 - https://www.un.org/development...es/unpd-egm_200010_fotakis.pdf
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This includes developing joint approaches to address youth employment issues common to the CIS countries and enhance the existing mechanisms for regional cooperation on youth employment. (...) The project aims to use the existing regional network to promote cooperation and knowledge sharing on youth employment. The direct beneficiaries of the project are the decision-makers and staff from the national and sub-regional institutions involved in the formulation, implementation and oversight of policies and programmes for youth employment. The activities carried out in the framework of this network aim to: Strengthen the national capacities of policy makers, public employment services and social partners to analyse the youth labour market trends and youth related challenges as well as to implement, adjust and evaluate employment policies for youth employment; Further develop the existing knowledge sharing and thematic policy review mechanisms among the CIS countries to strengthen and extend the regional cooperation on common current and emerging issues and challenges related to youth employment; Develop and update the key knowledge development initiatives, including the further development of available knowledge management tools; Continue to keep the political momentum for evidence-based, gender-sensitive and cost-effective youth employment interventions.
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Score: 388552.83 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnershi...ommonwealth-independent-states
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This includes developing joint approaches to address youth employment issues common to the CIS countries and enhance the existing mechanisms for regional cooperation on youth employment. (...) The project aims to use the existing regional network to promote cooperation and knowledge sharing on youth employment. The direct beneficiaries of the project are the decision-makers and staff from the national and sub-regional institutions involved in the formulation, implementation and oversight of policies and programmes for youth employment. The activities carried out in the framework of this network aim to: Strengthen the national capacities of policy makers, public employment services and social partners to analyse the youth labour market trends and youth related challenges as well as to implement, adjust and evaluate employment policies for youth employment; Further develop the existing knowledge sharing and thematic policy review mechanisms among the CIS countries to strengthen and extend the regional cooperation on common current and emerging issues and challenges related to youth employment; Develop and update the key knowledge development initiatives, including the further development of available knowledge management tools; Continue to keep the political momentum for evidence-based, gender-sensitive and cost-effective youth employment interventions.
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Score: 386867.38 - https://sdgs.un.org/es/node/42197
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This includes developing joint approaches to address youth employment issues common to the CIS countries and enhance the existing mechanisms for regional cooperation on youth employment. (...) The project aims to use the existing regional network to promote cooperation and knowledge sharing on youth employment. The direct beneficiaries of the project are the decision-makers and staff from the national and sub-regional institutions involved in the formulation, implementation and oversight of policies and programmes for youth employment. The activities carried out in the framework of this network aim to: Strengthen the national capacities of policy makers, public employment services and social partners to analyse the youth labour market trends and youth related challenges as well as to implement, adjust and evaluate employment policies for youth employment; Further develop the existing knowledge sharing and thematic policy review mechanisms among the CIS countries to strengthen and extend the regional cooperation on common current and emerging issues and challenges related to youth employment; Develop and update the key knowledge development initiatives, including the further development of available knowledge management tools; Continue to keep the political momentum for evidence-based, gender-sensitive and cost-effective youth employment interventions.
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Score: 386867.38 - https://sdgs.un.org/fr/node/42197
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Partnerships for Youth Employment in the Commonwealth of Independent States | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) This includes developing joint approaches to address youth employment issues common to the CIS countries and enhance the existing mechanisms for regional cooperation on youth employment. (...) The activities carried out in the framework of this network aim to: Strengthen the national capacities of policy makers, public employment services and social partners to analyse the youth labour market trends and youth related challenges as well as to implement, adjust and evaluate employment policies for youth employment; Further develop the existing knowledge sharing and thematic policy review mechanisms among the CIS countries to strengthen and extend the regional cooperation on common current and emerging issues and challenges related to youth employment; Develop and update the key knowledge development initiatives, including the further development of available knowledge management tools; Continue to keep the political momentum for evidence-based, gender-sensitive and cost-effective youth employment interventions.
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Score: 386867.38 - https://sdgs.un.org/ru/node/42197
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This includes developing joint approaches to address youth employment issues common to the CIS countries and enhance the existing mechanisms for regional cooperation on youth employment. (...) The project aims to use the existing regional network to promote cooperation and knowledge sharing on youth employment. The direct beneficiaries of the project are the decision-makers and staff from the national and sub-regional institutions involved in the formulation, implementation and oversight of policies and programmes for youth employment. The activities carried out in the framework of this network aim to: Strengthen the national capacities of policy makers, public employment services and social partners to analyse the youth labour market trends and youth related challenges as well as to implement, adjust and evaluate employment policies for youth employment; Further develop the existing knowledge sharing and thematic policy review mechanisms among the CIS countries to strengthen and extend the regional cooperation on common current and emerging issues and challenges related to youth employment; Develop and update the key knowledge development initiatives, including the further development of available knowledge management tools; Continue to keep the political momentum for evidence-based, gender-sensitive and cost-effective youth employment interventions.
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Score: 386867.38 - https://sdgs.un.org/ar/node/42197
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Progress achieved by the Youth Employment Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86–124 21 A. (...) High-Level Panel on Youth Employment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90–94 22 C. (...) Status of national action plans on youth employment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98–104 24 E.
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Score: 385897.27 - https://www.un.org/development...06/Follow-up-to-the-WPAY-1.pdf
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