New Activities, New Jobs: Which Development Strategies? : Proceedings of the OPIO Colloquium 23 and 24 March 1995, Issue 1
European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Industrial Relations and Social Affairs, 1996 - Business & Economics - 71 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
G TABLE OF CONTENTS
Policy on home employment and the cheque emploi service
5 other sections not shown
activities approach areas Balmary believe biogas child minders childcare CNPF colloquium competitiveness and employment cost countries craft centres create jobs creation creches demand Denmark development and employment domain Dominguez Gonzalez economic elderly employers employment initiatives employment policies especially Essen summit establish Europe European Social Fund European Union example experience finance Forward Studies Unit framework France funding home minders Hugues Sibille implementation important industry instruments Jacques Delors Jean Lapeyre job sources job-creation King Baudouin Foundation labour market linked macroeconomic MARJORIE JOUEN means necessary needs Netherlands number of jobs obstacles OECD Paper on growth players potential problem productivity professional programme projects public authorities public enterprises question recycling regard role schools and craft service cheque service employment cheque service sector social security contributions society Spain strategies structural policies supply territorial trade unions unemployed United Kingdom vocational training waste White Paper women workshop schools young