A tax on migrating workers compensates the exporting country for loss of the human capital created by its education and skills development programs.
Global supply chains link the welfare of disaster-hit companies and their surrounding communities to a network of corporations that have an economic incentive to help them bounce back.
Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are working together to encourage the free flow of skilled labor within their countries.
Including youth in the conversation about future jobs will reduce their automation anxiety.
We need to grapple with ‘protected mobility’ – protecting the worker in his/her status at work and mobile trajectory in the labor market.
Every year, millions of people cross borders to work abroad. People migrate for various reasons, but for the majority of migrant workers, they are compelled by poverty and lack of job opportunities in their home countries.