The Government of Panama launched today with the support of the International Labor Organization (ILO), a technological platform that aims to coordinate the training offer of human talent with the national productive sector and its personnel needs
The future of employment and the challenges posed by robotics and artificial intelligence, among others, will gather in Panama hundreds of experts from 34 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean as of Tuesday next, convened by the International Labor Organization (ILO)
Four committees of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament (Parlatino) will discuss this week in Argentina on employment, integration processes in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the model law on energy in housing, reported today the regional legislative body based in Panama
Texas Republican congressman Will Hurd said today China is not interested in creating jobs in the communities where it is trying to invest in Central America, a situation that according to him has been replayed in other parts of the world.
The disclosure of regulations on special privileges for Panamanian workers who have a disability or chronic illness, allows avoiding confusion that can occur in the event of an unjustified dismissal, the lawyer specialized in labor law, Milagros Caballeros, explained to ACAN-EFE