Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Eu says Italy failed to sustain job creation in 2007-2010


Strasbourg, January 24 - Between 2007 and 2010
Italy did not respect its citizens' work rights, the European
Council said Thursday in an annual report on human rights.
In its report, the Council's European committee on social
rights - which is charged with monitoring EU countries' respect
of the 27 nation block's social charter - says that the Italian
government's work policies over the period were "insufficient".
The efforts were insufficient both in terms of fighting
unemployment and in job creation and Italy did not dedicate
sufficient funds to making the market more dynamic.
The committee bases its observations on data supplied by
government statistics agencies and by the EU's Eurostat
statistics office.
The committee said that while policies for job creation are
not sufficient, Italy does have policies in place to guarantee
equal opportunities in the workplace for women.

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