Labor policies are not the only tools available to redress this situation, but they can have a positive influence on key aspects breaking the vicious cycle of low-quality jobs. Without neglecting wealth redistribution, the labor policy of the region must now also seek higher worker productivity levels to promote workers’ well-being through successful career paths. In this way, workers will be able to improve their situation and their capacity to generate value for their country and for themselves.The pro-productivity labor policies that Jobs for Growth proposes are based on two pillars:
The first step towards a successful employment trajectory is an effective labor insertion into a formal job. Given this understanding, four lines of action are proposed:
Successful careers are reinforced with more lasting work relations, which will set the foundations for more productive jobs. In this sense, two lines of action are proposed:
Investing in lifelong learning and training of employees.
A simple lay-offs regulatory framework that does not generate uncertainty nor litigation.
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