human resources

New zealand: Apprenticeship Boost

Submitted by siha on Tue, 08/18/2020 - 10:53

Ministry of Social Development (05.08.2020) Apprenticeship Boost is a payment to help employers keep and take on new apprentices. It means apprentices can keep earning and training towards their qualifications as the economy recovers from the impacts of COVID-19. The payment is made directly to employers.

You can get Apprenticeship Boost for a maximum of 20 months from the 5th of August 2020. It's paid in advance monthly. How much you can get depends on whether your apprentice is in their first or second year of training:

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new zealand
Global challenges
Topics
Employment of young workers
Cash transfers
Covid-19
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Guadeloupe: Regional Internship: Youth in Business

Submitted by siha on Mon, 07/27/2020 - 15:37

REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GUADELOUPE (16.07.2020) The Guadeloupe Region informs students and high school students who have not been able to complete their internship application file online within the framework of the "Regional Internship: Youth in Company" device due to the health situation that they are exceptionally invited to send the documents constituting the file by e-mail to the following address: srje@cr-guadeloupe.fr no later than Thursday 23 July 2020.

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Guadeloupe
Topics
Employment
Employment of young workers
Human resources management
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Sudan: Managing COVID-19 Pandemic During a Time of Transition

Submitted by siha on Mon, 07/20/2020 - 15:01

Arab Reform Initiative (29.05.2020) The government gave all governmental employees aged 55 and above as well as pregnant and nursing women paid leave until further notice.

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sudan
Global challenges
Topics
Employment
Human resources management
Shocks &extreme events
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Yemen: Holistic Health Mobilization and Volunteering to Face the Corona Virus

Submitted by siha on Mon, 07/20/2020 - 13:05

The Ministry of Public Health and Population (21.03.2020) The Ministry of Public Health and Population announces the state of comprehensive health mobilization for doctors, health personnel, technicians, and preventive quarantine experts, in preparation for facing the Corona virus. The opportunity to volunteer for colleges and health institutes has been opened as a proactive measure to respond to any emergency or outbreak of the Corona virus.

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yemen
Global challenges
Topics
Health
Human resources management
Shocks &extreme events
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Mexico: Solidarity coverage to support the health sector

Submitted by siha on Fri, 07/10/2020 - 15:08

Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (14.05.2020) The Solidarity Coverage to Support the Health Sector consists of life insurance from insurance companies to provide financial protection to the families of public sector health personnel free of charge. The beneficiaries of this support will be the relatives of 1.6 million public sector health workers who have died from the COVID-19, when treating patients with this disease. In the event of death due to the direct cause of said disease, the insurers undertake to grant 50 thousand pesos to relatives of the aforementioned staff (spouse or,

Regions / Country
mexico
Topics
Health
Survivor
Human resources management
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Bangladesh: Covid-19 and Rights of the healthcare workers

Submitted by siha on Wed, 07/08/2020 - 12:04

The Daily Star (30.06.2020) The government of Bangladesh has taken several positive measures to cope with the current crisis. On 7 April 2020, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announced special insurance and stimulus for healthcare workers (HCWs) and other employees of the republic for their frontline roles in the fight against coronavirus. Special incentives include health insurance of Tk 5-10 lakh (according to rank), and the amount will be five times higher if anyone is at higher risk of death or dies from the virus.

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bangladesh
Topics
Health
Employment
Safety and health at work
Human resources management
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Bangladesh: Govt to bear costs of private hospitals treating Covid-19 patients

Submitted by siha on Wed, 07/08/2020 - 11:35

Dhaka Tribune (10.05.2020) The government has decided to bear the operational costs of undersigned private hospitals treating Covid-19 patients. Medical professionals and others working at these hospitals will be paid by the government.   

However, private medical professionals will not be eligible for the same financial facilities as government employees. Government medical professionals are set to receive bonus salaries and will also get monetary aid if they contract or die from Covid-19.

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bangladesh
Topics
Health
Employment
Human resources management
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Serbia: Wages in healthcare sector increase by 10% as of tomorrow

Submitted by siha on Tue, 07/07/2020 - 15:55

Government website (31.03.2020) the government of the Republic of Serbia adopted a decision to increase salaries by 10% to all health care professionals in the Republic of Serbia as of 1 April this year.

This increase applies to all employees of health and military health care institutions, employees of health care services in social care institutions, as well as to doctors who work in correctional facilities.

Regions / Country
serbia
Topics
Employment
Human resources management
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