Strategic Guidelines on Employment
Keywords:Employment, European Union, strategies, CoE orientations, measures, results
Through this paper, the author aims to highlight the most important aspects of the new strategic guidelines on employment, while presenting and discussing some quantitative and qualitative aspects from this context. Thus, after addressing the concerns at the level of the European Union regarding the efficiency of the employment policies, the author stops on the strategic orientations of Romania regarding the employment. Particular emphasis is placed on the issue of difficulties, risks and weaknesses, to a lesser extent in other EU countries, followed by presenting the response measures of government factors and the strategic guidelines adopted, as well as the expected results.
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