Praia, May 2 (Inforpress) – The Ministry of Justice and Labor intends to present to the Council of Ministers this month, for discussion and approval, the proposals of two draft laws to comply with the regulations of the Labor Code that is still lacking.
The revelation was made by the Minister of Justice and Labor, Janine Lelis, in a statement to Inforpress on the occasion of the International Labor Day, observed this Monday, highlighting that the recent Labor Code revision has brought new developments, especially with regard to the creation of new instruments promoting economic growth, business competitiveness, productivity and employability.
According to the ruler, the “teleworking” was also created, as well as the “temporary employment agencies” which are considered as “new and important instruments for stimulating” the private sector, stressing that the “teleworking” regime can play a role “very relevant” in the work environment and national economic dynamism.
“In view of the importance of these two instruments, since the preliminary plans have already been drawn up, we intend to present the two proposals in the Council of Ministers for approval in May, also complying with the legislation still lacking in the Labor Code and thus extending new forms of work” she explained, believing that in this way it will be possible to attract foreign investment and promote economic growth and, consequently, employability.
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