Skills for Improved Productivity, Employment Growth and Development: International Labour Conference, 97th Session, 2008 : Report V, Fifth Item on the Agenda
Examines how, within a decent work perspective, countries can develop their skills base so as to increase both the quantity and the productivity of labour employed in the economy.
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Connecting skills development to productivity and employment
Skills and productivity in the workplace and along value chains
Skills policies as drivers of development
Main policy orientations arising out of the report
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