Il ressort d’un nouveau rapport publié par l'OCDE que, pour dynamiser l’emploi des jeunes, la Lituanie doit stimuler la création d’emplois et réduire les coûts de main-d’œuvre.
Latvia faces a huge demographic challenge. Since restoration of its independence in 1991, the country lost more than a quarter of its resident population.The report "Investing in Youth: Latvia" states that investing in youth, by upgrading skills and promoting employment, is a priority if Latvia wants to offer its young people a positive outlook and address the demographic challenge.
Public Employment Services vary widely across the world in terms of history, structures and capacities, as well as the national labor market context in which they operate. In order to meet the demands of the new world of work, comparability will be crucial to align priorities and adapt methods of operation. This publication provides a wide range of indicators for comparing the operational and institutional characteristics of 73 Public Employment Services in 71 countries around the world. It also provides forward looking analysis on four key issues: matching skills for the life cycle, strategic multichannel service delivery, institutional capacity, and governance mechanisms.
Investing in Youth in Tunisia most important than ever, and the still relevance of the last Investing in Youth review 2014.
Le taux de chômage de la zone OCDE stable à 6.6% en décembre 2015
Un bon niveau de salaire et de sécurité de l’emploi ainsi que des conditions de travail décentes peuvent aller de pair avec un taux d’emploi élevé, d’après les nouvelles données de l’OCDE sur la qualité de l’emploi dans 45 pays.
Skills for growth: human capital composition and economic performance
This report analyses the institutions and structures that govern labor migration in Asia. It considers the important role of governments and other stakeholders in both labour-destination countries such as Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Singapore, and labour-sending countries such as India, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka. Key issues are the extent to which these structures provide an orderly process for the movement of people between countries and whether the rights and the welfare of workers are protected.
Back to the future of work, policy discussion at the Forum on the Future of Work and Labour Ministerial, 14 and 15 January 2016.
The digital revolution, globalisation and rapid population ageing are changing profoundly the types of jobs needed and the way we work, and may lead to even more dramatic changes over the coming decades. Will the many unemployed ever find a job again with the skills they have today in new world of work? Where are new jobs being created and what do they look like?