By Online Desk |  3 weeks ago | top
Zimbabwe has joined other regional nations on a project to computerise labour data dubbed labour market information systems which will augment the country’s decent work programme towards an upper middle income economy by 2030. Speaking at a Zimbabwe-Botswana workshop on labour market information system in Bulawayo yesterday Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare chief director Clifford Matorera said a robust institutional framework will ensure easy access to relevant and correct labour data.
This follows the signing of decent work country program by government of 2022- 2026 which focuses on employment promotion, social dialogue, as well as attainment of international labour standards.
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