Labour Market Policies and Social Policies (2017)

Review of expenditure for labour market and social policies addressed the expenditures amounting to 3.7% GDP a year. The main objective of these policies focuses on the increase in employment rate and the decrease in at-risk-of-poverty rate of population. The review aims to improve the effectiveness of policies, notably in spending on social transfers and insurance, pensions, social services, employment policies, operations and investments of the ministry, its organizations and the Social Insurance Agency, while maintaining spending levels under the 2020 Stability Program. The review has identified potential savings amounting to EUR 160 mil per year, which can be used more effectively to improve employability of jobseekers and to strengthen social inclusion

Final report - Draft measures
Interim report
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