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As Mozambique sits on the precipice of a rapidly growing gas, mining, infrastructure and energy economy, investors, business, unions, government and social stakeholders are walking an unchartered road in delivering the skills, labour market and human capacity that will support this economic growth, while improving the living conditions and poverty levels of its just over 24 million citizens.
Unprecedented skills development and human resource capacity building will be needed to keep the Mozambican economy on this high growth trajectory. It will require a continued investment in the development of the people, in conjunction with creating feasible long-term job opportunities and a competitive labour market to compete in the global economy.
Investor interest is never guaranteed, and the only question on the lips of business, government, unions and social stakeholders should be; how long do we have and how much can be done?
On the 25 & 26 August 2015, for the first time, industry stakeholders, union leaders, government and social stakeholders will meet for a 2 day open forum at the Radisson Blu, Maputo at Labour Relations, Local Content and Workforce Planning Mozambique 2015 – how long do we have and how much can be done?
Key discussion points taking place at Labour Relations, Local Content and Workforce Planning Mozambique 2015
Towards a Competitive Labour Environment – The Legal Framework, Intricacies, Ambiguities a conducive environment to attract investment and achieve global competitiveness
Can Trade unions bridge the gap between governments and the market to increase both the production and welfare of workers?
A Future Imagined – Labour Inspection, A predictable Labour Environment, Conflict Resolution – Achieving Global Competitiveness
Where are we now? Update on the developing local content policies
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