Wed, 30 Apr 2014 18:17 - Updated Wed, 30 Apr 2014 18:19
New General Labor Law to be flexible and job creating - Minister
Luanda - The new General Labour Bill which will be concluded in May this year is aimed to become more flexible and generate more jobs, said on Tuesday in Luanda the minister of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS).
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Minister of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security, António Pitra Neto
Photo: Pedro Parente
Pitra Neto was commenting on the state of review of the current General Labour Law, during a meeting of the National Social Concert Commission chaired by the vice president, Manuel Domingos Vicente.
He explained that the aspect that dictated the process of review of the law was the need to turn the General Labour Law into an instrument that facilitates the generation of job.
“Within a context like that of Angola, where there are high unemployment rates, it is crucial that social justice and tranquility of people result from job,” he stated.
The minister added that the laws at the level of the public finance, investment and legal-labour relations must converge to facilitate the generation of job, both by the local and foreign operators around the country.
According to him, the current Labour Law is essentially focused on the large companies, at a time the world considers micro, small and medium size companies as the ones to create the environment to create jobs, both in the fiscal and macro-economic stability plan.
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