Labor market regulation policy in the region: nature and content

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The regional labor market as a system of social relations with the agreed interests of employers and employees within the region is an important object of state regulation. It is established that the main task of the state in the regulation of the labor market is to develop certain "rules of the game" and to ensure their observance. These "rules of the game" should be the basis of the state policy of labor market regulation at both Federal and regional levels. The author's position is that the labor market regulation policy as a structural element of the regional socio-economic policy has the following structure reflecting its content: purpose, objectives, subject, object, principles, methods, tools, planes of interests and expected effects. Factors such as organizational, economic, legal and resource factors influence the development and implementation of labor market regulation policies. The essence of the policy of labor market regulation is revealed in the author's definition as a set of principles, methods and tools aimed at balancing and realization of multidirectional interests of the authorities and management bodies, local governments, representatives of workers and employers, educational organizations, research and development, civil society institutions, in order to ensure effective employment of the population and to solve the unemployment problem, taking into account organizational, economic, legal and resource factors.


Labor market regulation policy in the region nature and content

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IDR: 140238599   |   DOI: 10.20914/2310-1202-2018-2-424-430

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