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ARLAC News (1 of 2019)

  • CAREER READINESS IN A CHANGING WORLD Read More...

  • SIMON FAVOUR OTETA, NIGERIA Profound transformations across labour markets in Africa will present important new opportunities to improve gender parity in the workplace. Africa has made poor progress towards gender equality… Read More...

  • ARTLIBERT MOCHAMA MAKORI artmochana@gmail.com The term refers to a system through which the employers and the employees and their respective associations either directly or indirectly interact with the state to formulate the basic rules pertaining to the governance of work associations. Moreover… Read More...

  • RAYMOND WASUKIRA r.wasukira@gmail.com Labour migration refers to the migration for the main purpose of employment. Labour migrants often.. Read More...

  • NNANNA SAMUEL NNALI anthilldivinity@gmail.com In an era marked by rapid advances in automation and artificial intelligence, new research assesses the jobs lost and jobs gained under different scenario… Read More...

  • KENNETH SAGOBYE segobye.kenneth82@gmail.com The African Regional Labour Administration Centre (ARLAC) enrolled students for second intake of the ARLAC Basic Labour Market Course from the 13-17th May 2019. This introductory level course was designed for new… Read More...

  • MAMAKISO MATHATJANE mathatjane.me@gmail.com It is 52 full years since Lesotho became independent but the country is far from winning the battle against gender biases or sexism. Some Basotho men are still caught up in the mentality that women… Read More...