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ILO expert pays a courtesy call on Prime Minister

ILO expert pays a courtesy call on Prime Minister
Date:October 16, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--Economy & Finance

​GIS - 16 October 2014: The International Labour Organisation (ILO) Expert of Minimum Wage, Mr Francois Eyraud, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, Dr Navinchandra Ramgoolam, GCSK, FRCP, yesterday at the Treasury Building in Port Louis. He w


Tripartite workshop focuses on minimum wage fixing challenge in Mauritius

Tripartite workshop focuses on minimum wage fixing challenge in Mauritius
Date:October 16, 2014|Domain:International Relations--Employment/Labour--Economy & Finance

​GIS - 16 October 2014: The draft Report of the Study on the introduction of a National Minimum Wage in the private sector is being discussed during a two-day tripartite workshop which opened yesterday at Le Maritim Hotel, Balaclava, at the initiati


Let’s Talk HR- Focus on Key Principles for Reward Programme Effectiveness

Let’s Talk HR- Focus on Key Principles for Reward Programme Effectiveness
Date:October 15, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--Education & Training

GIS – 15 October 2014: Key Principles for Reward Programme Effectiveness is the theme of the 7th edition of the ‘Let’s Talk HR Series’ organised by the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) today at NG Tower, Cybercity, Ebène.   This series o


Increased academic partnership between Université des Mascareignes and the University of Limoges from France

Increased academic partnership between Université des Mascareignes and the University of Limoges from France
Date:October 13, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--Education & Training--Economy & Finance--International Relations

​GIS - 13 October, 2014: The Université des Mascareignes took a significant step in its endeavour to be a model in the region in terms of provision of higher education of European standards and delivering degrees which have dual recognition with the


IIT Research Academy poised to be an industry driven academic institute

IIT Research Academy poised to be an industry driven academic institute
Date:October 10, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--Education & Training--Economy & Finance--International Relations

​GIS - 10 October, 2014: The International Institute of Technology Research Academy (IITRA) aims to be an industry driven academic institute and must leverage critical mass in particular by maximising and exploiting the impact of its Research.  


Minister Boolell urges employees of UTM to scale up their ambitions for the benefit of students

Minister Boolell urges employees of UTM to scale up their ambitions for the benefit of students
Date:October 09, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--Economy & Finance--Education & Training

​GIS - 09 October, 2014: Think wisely, reinvent yourself and scale up your ambitions to become a centre of excellence, and stay ahead of the curve and be competitive. These ambitions will nurture hope in the minds of young people which you are calle


Labour Minister launches E-Work Permit Portal to ease permit applications

Labour Minister launches E-Work Permit Portal to ease permit applications
Date:October 01, 2014|Domain:Economy & Finance--Employment/Labour

GIS - 01 October, 2014: An e-Work Permit Portal was launched yesterday by the Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment, Mr Shakeel Mohamed, at the Hennessy Park Hotel in Ebène. The portal aims at modernising the present work permit ap


Adult Literacy Programme empowers more than 700 women this year

Adult Literacy Programme empowers more than 700 women this year
Date:September 16, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--Education & Training

GIS – 16 September 2014: In 2014, some 727 women have completed the Adult Literacy Programme run by the National Women Council and geared at equipping trainees with basic reading, writing and numeracy skills. The objectives are to enable women and g


Minister Mohamed launches workers’ pocket guide on the Employment Rights Act

Minister Mohamed launches workers’ pocket guide on the Employment Rights Act
Date:September 15, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour--International Relations

GIS - 15 September, 2014: A workers’ pocket guide to sensitise both local and foreign workers, on their rights as laid out in the Employment Rights Act 2008, was launched on September 12 by the Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment


ILO extends assistance to address Labour Market mismatch in Mauritius

ILO extends assistance to address Labour Market mismatch in Mauritius
Date:August 26, 2014|Domain:Employment/Labour

GIS - 26 August, 2014: The International Labour Organisation (ILO) is extending assistance to the Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment to address the issue of mismatch on the labour market in Mauritius.   According to data colle