Enterprise Information of Thursday, 16 Might 2019
The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations in collaboration with the European Union has organised technical help coaching for Labour Inspectors to boost employment coordination and capabilities of the ministry.
The coaching, which was a part of the four-year venture on Nationwide Employment Coverage (NEP) funded by the European Union with complete price range of EUR 31.6 Million, was to offer assist to the ministry to develop and enhance the institutional capacities of the workers to ensure that them to carry out their roles and capabilities successfully.
The venture, which began in 2017 and would finish in 2021 is geared toward contributing to inclusive development in Ghana by strengthening social safety and employment methods within the nation.
Dr Daryoush Farsimadan, the Workforce Chief-Coverage Advisor of Technical Help to Improve Employment Coordination Capabilities of the Ministry in an interview with Ghana Information Company on the sidelines of the occasion in Tamale stated the venture would enhance employment and likewise take care of respectable work deficits, focusing on specifically, weak teams, the youth, and ladies.
He stated the financial and employment final result of the nation could be brighter, if the nation took benefit of recent applied sciences, elevated funding and enhanced capacities by way of coaching and abilities improvement.
In response to him, the NEP was additionally anticipated to extend labour productiveness and strengthen governance and labour administration within the nation.
He urged the trainers to take the programme critically to deal with the nation’s unemployment points.
Mrs Charlotte Hanson, Head of Public Affairs Unit of the Ministry acknowledged that NEP would create gainful and respectable employment alternatives for the rising labour power to enhance their residing situations and contribute to financial development for nationwide improvement throughout the framework of fairness, equity, safety and dignity.
Mr Braimah Ibrahim Dauruda, the Assistant Chief Labour Officer urged the general public to help the Labour Inspectors to do the work appropriately.
He referred to as on workers to take the duty to cooperate with the Ministry to deal with the challenges dealing with employment scenario