Employment of seniors: the government opens the door to more “coercive” measures

Employment of seniors the government opens the door to more

STRASBOURG: “Making everyday life easier”: the Strasbourg-Ortenau Eurodistrict aims to be a “laboratory” of a cross-border “mini Europe” where 940,000 French and Germans live and calls for “extended powers” to go “further” in the cooperation, 60 years after the Elysée Treaty. On this January morning, the cold is bitter in Lahr, a city in southwestern … Read more

Employment Mission… antiNobel

Employment Mission… antiNobel

Despite the promise to deliver results in July 2021, the year ended without knowing the recommendations of the Employment Mission and its focus from what was known in the thematic sessions contradicts the theses of Nobel Prize winners. Before the Private Competitiveness Council, its director Santiago Levy invited to overcome the vision that maintains that … Read more

Editorial | Rethink the employment situation

Editorial Rethink the employment situation

Especially in 2021, as a consequence in part of the pandemic, but with deeper causes, a unique phenomenon has been detected in the United States that has been dubbed ‘The Great Resignation’ (The Great Resignation): these are millions of workers who have left their jobs with explicit resignations, early retirement, a new order of priorities … Read more

The study of one of the 2021 Nobel Prize winners in economics that went against the theory of the negative effects of the increase in the minimum wage on employment – La Tercera

1636690418 The study of one of the 2021 Nobel Prize winners

In 1992 the alarms were raised in New Jersey by an increase in the minimum wage from US $ 4.25 to US $ 5.05 an hour, because it was presumed that the measure would reduce the labor supply. However, this theory did not convince the recent Nobel Prize winner in economics and academic from the … Read more

Reflections on minimum wage and employment, on the subject of the Nobel Prize in Economics – Labor Information Agency – AIL

Reflections on minimum wage and employment on the subject of

Beginning ” Opinion ” Reflections on minimum wage and employment, on the subject of the Nobel Prize in Economics The recent winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics has done studies on the minimum wage By Carlos Julio Díaz Lotero In the next few days, the National Commission for the Agreement on Labor and Salary … Read more