National Council for Promotion of Employment

National Employment Promotion Council to the Minister of Labour and Social Policy is a standing body for cooperation and consultation in the development of the policy in the field of employment.

The Council consist of an equal number of representatives of:

 1. the government institutions designated by the Council of Ministers;

 2. the nationally representative employers' organizations;

 3. the nationally representative factory and officer workers' organizations.

 By decision of the National Employment Promotion Council, representatives of other not-for-profit legal entities may likewise be invited to attend the meetings of the said Council.

 The National Employment Promotion Council is chaired by the Minister of Labour and Social Policy or by an official designated thereby.

 The National Employment Promotion Councilshall has adopted rules of organization and operation thereof.

 National Employment Promotion Council performs the following functions:

 1. discuss and give opinions on the development and implementation of the employment policy and of the National Employment Action Plan;

 2. periodically familiarize itself with data regarding the state of the labour market and the effectiveness of the employment promotion measures and programmes as implemented;

 3. propose to the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy the elaboration of draft statutory instruments, measures and programmes for employment promotion;

 4. discuss and give opinions on draft statutory instruments associated with the labour market;

 5. discuss drafts and give opinions on agreements between the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and other ministries, government institutions and non-governmental organizations on joint action on matters of employment.

 Ministry of Labour and Social Policy makes organizational and technical arrangements for the operation of the National Employment Promotion Council.