Seychelles seeks to improve conditions for island nation’s workforce

Seychelles signed a second ‘Decent Work Country Programme’ with the International Labour Organization on Wednesday with the aim of ensuring and creating a better working environment in workplaces.

In her address at the signing ceremony at the Savoy Resort and Spa, the Minister of Employment, Immigration and Civil Status, Myriam Telemaque, said, “I am pleased that following the achievements and lessons learnt we remain firmly committed to signing and implementing another programme.”

She said that the first programme helped promote the concept of ‘Decent Work’ and equality for all in workplaces in Seychelles, a group of 115 islands in the western Indian Ocean.

The Decent Work Country Programme is the main mode of delivery for the support ILO gives to countries….
Source: Seychelles News Agency