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Title: Promoting Decent Work for Women in the Banking and Domestic Sectors in Ghana : a national research dissemination and policy dialogue, 14th December 2011
Authors: University of Ghana. CEGENSA
Keywords: WOMEN WORKERS
DOMESTIC WORKERS
WORKING CONDITIONS
LABOUR RELATIONS
FORMAL SECTOR
INFORMAL SECTOR
BANKING
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
GHANA
UNPAID LABOUR
GENDER DISCRIMINATION
GENDER EQUALITY
REGULATION
GENDER RESEARCH
Date: 2012
Publisher: CEGENSA, University of Ghana, Legon, GH
Abstract: The report analyzes research regarding women in the labour force, towards policy recommendations and new labour legislation. Employment agencies need to be more closely scrutinized and regulated, both public and private, as well as informal agencies and agents. Based on an understanding of their operations and the clients they serve, such as this research provides, with a particular focus on women’s labour in domestic and banking sectors, Ministries of Employment and Social Welfare and the Labour Commissions can devise new policy and legislation that will empower women under at least minimum standards with regards to terms and conditions of employment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/49278
Project Number: 104851
Project Title: Women's Work in Domestic Service and Banking in Ghana : Formalizing the Informal and Informalizing the Formal?
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