Malta Chamber of SMEs highlights the concerns and impact of Brexit on Maltese Businesses
27 January 2021
The way forward was also discussed Mr Paul Abela President of the Malta Chamber of...
Social partners and the heads of all three political
parties have this week signed a declaration of intent towards pursuing active
labour market policies as outlined by UHM's Jobs+ policy report. The report notes that just 0.15 per cent of Malta's GDP
is currently spent on policies aimed at expanding the workforce and ensuring
workers are highly skilled and employable.
It is predicted that new graduates, new women workers
and an increase in those carrying on their work beyond their pensionable age
would mean 25,000 new jobs would be needed over the next five years.
GRTU President Paul Abela emphasized that MCESD
cannot act as a goal post where social partners are there to catch whatever
Government throws at them and react. MCESD is capable for much more, MCESD can
be proactive and place suggestions on the table itself.
had already met with GRTU during which meeting GRTU showed its support to the
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