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  • The Cooperative Department

    Chief Cooperative Development Officer, Ms. Carol Valz The Cooperative Department The Cooperative Department of the Ministry of Labour has responsibility for registering, monitoring, regulating and cancelling Cooperative Societies and Friendly Societies....

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/component/content/article/94-labour/departments/125-the-cooperative-department?Itemid=435
  • UN heads of agencies launch the "Getting to Zero at Work" campaign

    On Wednesday, 28 November 2012 at 14h, Mr Guy Ryder, the ILO Director-General, Mrs Margaret Chan, the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), and the representative of the UNAIDS Executive Director have launched the "Getting to Zero at...

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/labour-and-you/media/video-gallery/item/147-un-heads-of-agencies-launch-the-getting-to-zero-at-work-campaign
  • Chief Cooperative Development Officer Carol Valz

    Carol Valz was appointed Chief Cooperative Development Officer in 2013. Prior to that she served as a Technical Officer in the Public Service, joining the Ministry of Labour in 2011. Mrs. Valz is the holder of a first degree from the University of...

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/component/k2/item/153-chief-cooperative-development-officer-carol-valz
  • News

    Ministry of Labour News & Events Section

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/news
  • Unemployment could fall to 6.0% in Latin America and the Caribbean despite limited job creation

    ECLAC-ILO study says employment formalization has contributed to a reduction in income inequality. The unfavorable evolution of the economy in Latin America and the Caribbean during the second half of 2014 will not prevent regional urban unemployment...

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/labour-and-you/media/in-the-news/item/162-unemployment-could-fall-to-6-0-in-latin-america-and-the-caribbean-despite-limited-job-creation
  • Kamarang youths, single parents benefit from BIT training

    The Board of Industrial Training (BIT) on Thursday drew the curtains on graduations for the 2736 persons trained during the year. The last graduation ceremony was held at Kamarang for 69 residents of Kamarang, Kako and Waramadong. The youths and single...

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/labour-and-you/media/in-the-news/item/174-kamarang-youths-single-parents-benefit-from-bit-training
  • Industrial accidents MUST be reported

    All industrial accidents MUST be reported to the Labour Occupational Safety and Health Department. Immediate notification when there’s a death and within four days for injuries

    http://labourgy.org/index.php/component/k2/item/159-industrial-accidents-must-be-reported

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