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Updated in EWS Mar 9, 2022
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This TC will support the generation of relevant knowledge to develop key guidelines for the execution of the new Work Employment system RD- TRABAJA (to be financed by operation DR-L1155). The goal is to develop guidelines to develop: mechanisms for the inclusion in the labor market of specific groups, incentives for the participation of productive sector, a catalogue of sector skills, and support to the implementation of policies for the formalization and coverage of social security.
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