Women in the labor market

 

Global gap reportGender Gap Index 2018: Armenia occupies 98th place

At least 202 years will be required to ensure full equality between men and women in the world. This is how the World Economic Forum has published its Global Gender Gap Report 2018.

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bisnes 1“Double work, double diligence and double flexibility”: Anna Karapetyan’s Success Formula

“Every time I am asked how I managed to succeed in the real estate market, in a field that is controlled by 95% of men, I answer that I have never considered myself to be less neither for being a woman, nor for my age. I’ve always known that I should be smarter, more educated, and more flexible than all the men I’ve worked with. There is no other way to succeed in business than double job, double effort, and double flexibility. Do you want to be successful, work on you?”

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AnnaAnna Karapetyan: “Armenia needs more knowledge investments than financial ones”

 

From Armenia to Russia, then to the United States, with the unbeatable hope to return. Anna Karapetyan is the founder of Anna Kara Loans, Inc., one of the most renowned real estate agencies in the United States, which is included in the list of three leading agencies in Glendale. Her journey was full of difficulties that Anna never regretted. She is confident, that every difficulty, every unforeseen obstacle, is only a challenge and not a cause for despair.

 

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Lilit GaloyanGrandmaster Lilit Galoyan has sued the Armenian Chess Federation

A festive event took place in the family of Armenian women’s chess team, international grandmaster of women, international master of chess men Lilit Galoyan. two children, Levon and Arpi were born. During her pregnancy, Lilit had to keep silent about a phenomenon,  conversations about which  would  damage her health –  Sport.panorama.am reports.

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AnnaAnna Karapetyan: "Armenia needs more knowledge investments than financial ones"

From Armenia to Russia, then to the United States, with the unbeatable hope to return. Anna Karapetyan is the founder of Anna Kara Loans, Inc., one of the most renowned real estate agencies in the United States, which is included in the list of three leading agencies in Glendale. Her journey was full of difficulties that Anna never regretted. She is confident, that every difficulty, every unforeseen obstacle, is only a challenge and not a cause for despair.

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Naira 1Naira Mikayelyan “I want to believe that my violated labor right will be restored”

The worst of the problems facing the remote Bardzravan village in Syunik is the poor condition of the school and its unhealthy atmosphere. There are only five students in the school – in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 10th grades, and only  15 teachers. Failure of the awareness of the labor rights and guidance by personal interests in a remote community school has led to lawlessness towards one of the teachers.

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dayak 1The program “Nanny at the expense of the state” should be more flexible. Discussion

 

Beneficiary mothers of the project “Nanny at the expense of the state” complain that the paperwork is long, taxes are many. They also suggest that the limitations on record and average wages should be removed, making the program more flexible and accessible, better organizing of awareness. 

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1The Nanny Program will double the number of beneficiaries at the expense of savings

 

The state is ready to compensate the nanny fee not for a previously approved 200 beneficiaries, but for a larger number of people. This was stated in the framework of the regional workshop on “Promoting Labor Rights in the Context of Economic Development: Women in Labor Market” recently held in Aghveran, by the Head of the Labor and Employment Department of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs Zhora Sargsyan.

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dajak harkerTax exemption for nannies

 

The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs has put into circulation a bill providing for tax benefits for nannies.

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migrantUN alarms: 95% of female migrants work in slavery 

 

According to UN figures, now there are 250 million migrants in the world. Half of them are women who usually travel abroad to find work and prosperity for their children. They are facing many problems and threats, including trafficking of human beings and labor exploitation. 

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age“It turns out we have no right to work, are we out of date?”

 

Our interlocutor is Tamara Grigoryan, who lost her job in January 2012 and has not found a job yet. In 2012, Mrs. Tamara was 51 years old, today, 57, but the main obstacle that hindered her from finding a new job, not only by profession, was age.


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