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An effective workforce strategy will address the three core challenges of improving recruitment, improving the performance of the existing workforce, and slowing the rate at which workers leave the health workforce (WHO 2006a). (...) Incentives can be positive or negative, financial or non-financial, tangible or intangible. (...) Education and development opportunities are at their most effective when they provide improved career opportunities; are linked to opportunities and benefits through qualifications allowances or other financial benefits; and focus on meeting particular organisational and personal development needs.
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Score: 631399.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ves_Guidelines%20ENG%20low.pdf
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To allow for full comparability, it is also critical that donor governments further improve and align their financial reporting.  Comprehensiveness: The method should be cost-efficient in the sense that WCAH ODA estimates can be (re-)produced with limited resources. (...) Page 4 of 7 Further discussions focused on the need to also conduct more subnational tracking (i.e. similar to the way AidData does), and to support countries in their efforts to improve their financial tracking systems through technical support. (...) Its objective will be to enhance accountability for WCAH by improving the tracking of financial resources at global, regional and country levels.
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Score: 631315.62 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...al-Tracking-Meeting-report.pdf
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The ILO Entrepreneurship Trainers Academy: launch of the new financial education track Social Finance started working on financial education in 2006 with a small activity promoting financial literacy in Cambodia. Today, our financial education team aims to help people make informed financial choices and ultimately change their financial behavior through our training courses. Article | 16 September 2019 The team draws on 15 years of experience in improving the financial literacy of people worldwide.
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Score: 631066 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...WCMS_719164/lang--en/index.htm
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She reminded him that he needed to improve his performance to meet expectations for the post of TDSE Advisor. (...) On 4 October 2015, another meeting took place between the Applicant and the H/TDSE to discuss a performance improvement plan. As a result, an informal performance improvement plan was established for the Applicant for the period October to mid-December 2015. ... (...) Al-Ashi’s assessment during the second improvement plan and concluded that “there was a constant communication between the Applicant and the H/TDSE”,7 and that the H/TDSE constantly evaluated his work and advised him on the ways to improve his performance.
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Score: 631059.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-838.pdf
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Labour market indicators continue to improve in a broad spectrum of countries, and roughly two-thirds of countries worldwide experienced stronger growth in 2017 than in the previous year. (...) Moreover, the longer-term potential of the global economy carries a scar from the extended period of weak investment and low productivity growth that followed the global financial crisis. viii World Economic Situation and Prospects 2018 Investment conditions have improved, but elevated policy uncertainty and rising levels of debt may prevent a more widespread investment rebound Conditions for investment have generally improved, amid low financial volatility, reduced banking sector fragilities, recovery in some commodity sectors and a more solid global macroeconomic outlook. (...) Current investment in areas such as educa- tion, expanding access to healthcare, building resilience to climate change, improving the xiExecutive summary quality of institutions, and building financial and digital inclusion, will support economic growth and job creation in the short-term.
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Score: 630983.2 - https://www.un.org/development...publication/WESP2018_es_en.pdf
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Labour market indicators continue to improve in a broad spectrum of countries, and roughly two-thirds of countries worldwide experienced stronger growth in 2017 than in the previous year. (...) Moreover, the longer-term potential of the global economy carries a scar from the extended period of weak investment and low productivity growth that followed the global financial crisis. viii World Economic Situation and Prospects 2018 Investment conditions have improved, but elevated policy uncertainty and rising levels of debt may prevent a more widespread investment rebound Conditions for investment have generally improved, amid low financial volatility, reduced banking sector fragilities, recovery in some commodity sectors and a more solid global macroeconomic outlook. (...) Current investment in areas such as educa- tion, expanding access to healthcare, building resilience to climate change, improving the xiExecutive summary quality of institutions, and building financial and digital inclusion, will support economic growth and job creation in the short-term.
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Score: 630983.2 - https://www.un.org/development...ds/sites/45/WESP2018_es_en.pdf
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IPSAS implementation Overall the Board notes a trend of continuing improvement in the preparation process related to the financial statements closure and presentation, despite some challenges faced by all entities in the process of adopting IPSAS. (...) UN Vol 1, PKO, UN Habitat, UNEP and ITC which adopted IPSAS in 2014 have developed plan, but those plans need improvements. • Some processes followed to ensure timely presentation of high quality financial statements were not successful as the first draft received for audit contained material inaccuracies which required significant adjustments to be made resulting in delays in presenting a final set of draft financial statements. • Despite some adjustments of accounts for errors identified during audits the delivery of IPSAS financial statements was significant achievement for entities adopted IPSAS for the first time in 2014. (...) For example UNDP undertakes restructuring which involves delegation of less strategic functions so that such function can be monitored centrally. Also , UNODC has improved its field based financial system over time, but still faces limitation in collating timely information from field operations in an efficient and effective manner.
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Score: 630804.54 - https://www.un.org/en/auditors...tement%20-%20ALL%20reports.pdf
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IPSAS implementation Overall the Board notes a trend of continuing improvement in the preparation process related to the financial statements closure and presentation, despite some challenges faced by all entities in the process of adopting IPSAS. (...) UN Vol 1, PKO, UN Habitat, UNEP and ITC which adopted IPSAS in 2014 have developed plan, but those plans need improvements.  Some processes followed to ensure timely presentation of high quality financial statements were not successful as the first draft received for audit contained material inaccuracies which required significant adjustments to be made resulting in delays in presenting a final set of draft financial statements.  Despite some adjustments of accounts for errors identified during audits the delivery of IPSAS financial statements was significant achievement for entities adopted IPSAS for the first time in 2014. (...) For example UNDP undertakes restructuring which involves delegation of less strategic functions so that such function can be monitored centrally. Also , UNODC has improved its field based financial system over time, but still faces limitation in collating timely information from field operations in an efficient and effective manner.
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Score: 630804.54 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth..._131.BOA_Chair%20AOC%20BOA.pdf
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A specific request was made for commitments on advisory services under mode 1. X. Financial services 21. In financial services, there were many indications of new and improved commitments. (...) Participants frequently expressed their desire for others to make or improve commitments in financial services. Some stressed the need for significant progress in this sector. (...) Several participants were ready to improve current commitments on cross-border supply either in general terms or with regard to individual sectors, such as accounting and other professional services, financial services (especially financial consultancy services and services destined for sophisticated consumers), and distance learning.
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Score: 630428.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dda_e/job08_93_e.doc
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Microeconomic risks can be reduced by improving the accuracy, reliability 8 C D P B a c k g r o u n d P a p e r N o . 6 and timeliness of financial information, enforcing financial contracts, having an efficient and reliable payments system and enhancing diversification in small markets. • The cost of borrowing can be reduced by taking measures to establish and develop credit rating agencies, ensure closer supervision of financial institutions and improving the enforcement of existing reporting standards and disclosure requirements. (...) Action needs to be taken to introduce institutional procedures and mechanisms to create confidence on the part of investors. Financial sector governance and corporate governance will need to the improved especially regulation and supervision, transparency and contract enforcement. (...) In particular, greater attention needs to be paid to the following issues: • The poor need financial services to help them maintain and improve livelihoods.
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Score: 630243.4 - https://www.un.org/development.../publication/CDP-bp-2004-6.pdf
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