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19/11/2014
Labour

Recovery strategy – Trainee schemes – Introduction of a global commitment for employers – Opinion No. 1,817 and report No. 86 – Report No. 90 (Joint report of the National Labour Council and the Central Economic Council)

27/05/2014
Labour

Recovery strategy – Trainee schemes – Introduction of a global commitment for employers – Opinion No. 1,817 of 30 October 2012 – Report No. 86

15/07/2014
Labour

Implementation by the Belgian social partners of the Framework of Actions on Youth Employment of June 2013 – Report No. 88

30/09/2014
Industrial Changes, Labour

ILO – Report made in addition to the reports made by the Government of Belgium in accordance with articles 22 and 23 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, on the measures which it has taken to give effect to the provisions of co...
ILO – Report made in addition to the reports made by the Government of Belgium in accordance with articles 22 and 23 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, on the measures which it has taken to give effect to the provisions of conventions to which it is a party – Reporting cycle 2014 – Report No. 89

15/07/2014
Labour

Framework Agreement on Inclusive Labour Markets – Final assessment by the Belgian social partners – Report No. 87

19/11/2014
Labour

Evaluation of the first job agreements – Report No. 91 (Joint report of the National Labour Council and the Central Economic Council)

12/02/2013
Economy and Finance, Labour

Make it in the Netherlands!(2013/01)
The Netherlands’ prosperity, its economy and Dutch higher education will all benefit enormously if talented foreign students can be persuaded to study in the country and remain after graduating. Companies, public and non-profit organisations, educational institutions and government should make more vigorous joint efforts to attract and retain foreign students. Employment and labour market shortages should play a much more important role than they do now. These are the recommendations that the Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands makes in a draft advisory report on retaining talented international students, entitled Make it in the Netherlands!. The report is addressed to the Minister of Education, Culture and Science, Ms Jet Bussemaker

01/06/2013
Economy and Finance, Labour

Handmade in Holland (2013/02)
Abstract of advisory report With an annual turnover of 110 billion euros, the skilled trades are a vital link in the Dutch economy and society as a whole. In the next few years, however, skilled workers will be in increasingly short supply, mainly because fewer young people are opting to train for a skilled occupation. In an advisory report to the Dutch Government, the Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands (SER) is making recommendations to reverse this trend.

23/08/2013
Labour

Broadening support for collective agreements
The collective agreement system currently enjoys satisfactory support. This system is vital for labour relations in our country. However, with a view to the future, parties to collective agreements must continue to work for broad support, e.g. by getting employers and employees more involved in collective agreements and particularly by engaging employees more effectively in the drafting of such agreements. These are the conclusions of an advisory report issued by the Social and Economic Council on 23 August 2013.

14/05/2013
Social Policies

The Social Dimensions of the Crisis: The Evidence and its Implications (134)
In its report on The Social Dimensions of the Crisis: The Evidence and its Implications NESC highlights a broad range of social impacts of the economic crisis and the subsequent fiscal adjustments, including: details of who is affected by unemployment; falls in income and wealth; the spectre of over-indebtedness; as well as the impact on public service provision and community facilities.

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