On November 2, AmCham Moldova attended a meeting under Prime-minister’s Economic Council dedicated to the formal launch of a new Working Group on Labour Market Development, having the goal to analyse and develop policies tackling current challenges in matching skills and jobs. The focus will be on improving the system of professional education, dual training, apprenticeship, career orientation and more broadly labour regulation and statistics. The group will reunite the associations that are permanent members of the Economic Council, public authorities, and academia.
The meeting has served as an occasion for the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection to announce the creation of a Labor Market Observatory under the National Employment Agency, tasked with aggregating labor force statistics and tendencies.
Current number of members 132