TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE

TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE

The Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Bright Wireko-Brobby, has said it is estimated that the digital platform economy accounts for employment of between

EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING

EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING

The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR) with support from the World Bank (WB) organised the first Employment Sector Working Group (ESWG) meeting at

AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)

AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)

The Government of Ghana agreement on cost of living allowancehttps://melr.gov.gh/storage/2022/07/2-1.jpeg

STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR

STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR

Statement issued by the Government and the Organised labourhttps://melr.gov.gh/storage/2022/07/Document-3.pdf1_-3.pdf

TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE

TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE

The Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Bright Wireko-Brobby, has said it is estimated that the digital platform economy accounts for employment of between

EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING

EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING

The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR) with support from the World Bank (WB) organised the first Employment Sector Working Group (ESWG) meeting at

AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)

AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)

The Government of Ghana agreement on cost of living allowancehttps://melr.gov.gh/storage/2022/07/2-1.jpeg

STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR

STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR

Statement issued by the Government and the Organised labourhttps://melr.gov.gh/storage/2022/07/Document-3.pdf1_-3.pdf

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In line with Sections 11 and 13 of the Civil Service Act, 1993 (PNDC Law 327), the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR) was established by Executive Instrument (EI 28), January 2017.  The Ministry is the lead policy agency of government in terms of employment and labour related issues.

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TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE
TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE

TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF YOUTH IN GHANA EMPLOYED IN THE DIGITAL HAILING SPACE

Admin August 3, 2022 News 0

The Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Bright Wireko-Brobby, has said it is estimated that the digital platform economy accounts for employment of between 60,000 to 100,000 Ghanaians. He said that platform economy in Ghana has grown rapidly in recent times with companies like

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EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING
EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING

EMPLOYMENT SECTOR WORKING GROUP (ESWG) HOLDS FIRST MEETING

Admin August 3, 2022 News 0

The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR) with support from the World Bank (WB) organised the first Employment Sector Working Group (ESWG) meeting at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra on 19th July, 2022. The meeting brought together participants from the public

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AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)
AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)

AGREEMENT ON COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA)

Admin July 17, 2022 Press Releases 0

The Government of Ghana agreement on cost of living allowancehttps://melr.gov.gh/storage/2022/07/2-1.jpeg

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STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR
STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR

STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND ORGANISED LABOUR

Admin July 12, 2022 Press Releases 0

Statement issued by the Government and the Organised labourhttps://melr.gov.gh/storage/2022/07/Document-3.pdf1_-3.pdf

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THE 110TH SESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE (ILC) By Charlotte Hanson
THE 110TH SESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE (ILC) By Charlotte Hanson

THE 110TH SESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE (ILC) By Charlotte Hanson

Admin June 21, 2022 Feature Story 0

The 110th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) is currently underway in Geneva, Switzerland. The ILC is the highest decision-making body of the ILO and held annually in June to advance the core mandate of the ILO. The Conference brings together all tripartite delegations

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GHANA PARTICIPATES IN THE 5TH   GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON THE ELIMINATION OF CHILD LABOUR. …… – BY CHARLOTTE HANSON
GHANA PARTICIPATES IN THE 5TH   GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON THE ELIMINATION OF CHILD LABOUR. …… – BY CHARLOTTE HANSON

GHANA PARTICIPATES IN THE 5TH GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON THE ELIMINATION OF CHILD LABOUR. …… – BY CHARLOTTE HANSON

Admin May 26, 2022 Feature Story 0

According to the International Labour Organizations (ILOs) 2019 Global Report, more than an estimated 160 million children worldwide are engaged in Child Labour. It says although the numbers are still rising, the surfacing  of the COVID 19 Pandemic seem to threaten the reverse years of

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