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Introduction of the new human development strategy

Apr 05

On April 3, representatives of AmCham Labor Force Work Group met with Janis Salmins, new Deputy State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy responsible for driving the State’s human capital development policy. Mr. Salmins presented the draft of the Human Capital Development Strategy and engaged in a thorough discussion about the directions and goals set in the document.

AmCham reiterated its commitment to collaborate with the Ministry and all other stakeholders in creating a sustainable and result-oriented human capital policy. AmCham also called for a more coordinated and targeted approach, setting concrete KPIs to measure the progress of various activities. AmCham also brought up the current challenges with the relocation of foreign talents and introduced the Deputy State Secretary to the draft proposals of necessary updates in the existing Labor legislation so that it becomes more flexible for both employers and employees. 

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