Employment, Jobs and Careers
These reports are intended to provide you with the facts and factual analysis upon which Ministers have taken the following decisions
Within this section the decisions relate to: Careers and career development; Child employment; Employment regulations; Employment rights; Employment terms and conditions; Equal opportunities and diversity; Graduate employment; Health and safety at work; Self employment; Temporary employment; Termination of employment; Unemployment and jobseeking; Volunteering; and Youth employment.
The Deputy Minister for Skills has agreed the content of the Written Statement on the Labour Market Framework for Wales and to its release to Assembly Members.
The Minister for Heritage has approved a proposal from the Board of the Sports Council for Wales for a salary increase for their Chief Executive Officer
The Minister for Heritage has agreed to the Arts Council of Wales Pay Remit application 2009.
The Minister for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills and the Deputy Minister for Skills have approved the draft evidence to the British – Irish Parliamentary Assembly Inquiry into helping the unemployed to return to work.
The Deputy Minister for Skills agreed a response to the queries.
The Deputy Minister for Skills has endorsed the UK Commission Skills Sector Councils relicensing recommendations to relicense: the Institute of the Motor Industry; and Construction Skills.
The Minister for Social Justice and Local Government and the Deputy Minister for Regeneration have agreed the Departmental Action Plan for the Single Equality Scheme for the Department of Social Justice and Local Government.
The Minister for Finance and Public Service Delivery has agreed that with effect from 1 April 2008 the maximum consolidated pay award for Chief Executives of Assembly Government Sponsored Bodies should be 1.5% and that the daily rates for Chairs and Board Members of Assembly Government Sponsored Bo
The Minister for Health and Social Services has approved and issued the Assembly Government’s response and agreed for the response to be laid under Standing Order 29.2.
The Deputy First Minister and Minister for the Economy and Transport, and the Minister for the Environment, Sustainability and Housing’s have agreed to submit a paper on the Green Jobs Strategy to the above meeting.
The Minister for Social Justice and Local Government and the Deputy First Minister and Minister for Economy and Transport have agreed to attend the above Inquiry to be scrutinised.
The Deputy Minister for Skills agreed to the publication of two reports which were commissioned as part of the on-going Review of Careers Wales and to a widening of the ambit of the Review to encompass Careers Wales’ relationships with adjacent careers-related service provision in education, the vo
The Deputy Minister - Skills approved the Strategic Plan (2009-14) of the UK Commission for Employment of Skills (UKCES).
The Deputy Minister for Skills has approved the issue of Indicative Financial Allocations to Careers Wales companies for financial year 2009-10.
The decision was made to approve the 12 projects, subject to 5 of them providing further information to ensure that funding will deliver the necessary benefits.
The First Minister, the Minister for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills and the Deputy Minister for Skills approved the proposals