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IRIM-10TH ANNIVERSARY: OUR CONTRIBUTION TO LABOUR MARKET AND NOTABLE PROJECTS (2008-2018)

To reveal employers’ demands, and know the skillsets of employees, the labour market must be systematically analyzed, and compared with planned areas of investment and economic priorities.

Examples of labour market-related projects implemented by IRIM include the following

  • Assessment of the Labour Law. 2013. IRIM undertook a nation-wide assessment of the implementation of the Labour Law to identify constrainnts, and opportunities for improvement. The survey covered formal and informal employment, and businesses of all sizes and from a range of sectors. A number of issues were identirifed, some of which were applicable to the population as a whole, while others were specific to particular social groups; such as people with disabilities. Based on the results of this work, the government subsequently revised the Labour Law. 

National Labour Stability Survey in Mongolia (the National Barometer Survey). 2015. The survey was to identify supply and demand in the labour market, using internationally recognized methods. Data were collected from 2,050 active enterprises; across all 21 provinces and nine districts of Ulaanbaatar. Labour market demands were defined, by economic sector, geographical region, as well as professional groups.  

To reveal employers’ demands, and know the skillsets of employees, the labour market must be systematically analyzed, and compared with planned areas of investment and economic priorities.

Examples of labour market-related projects implemented by IRIM include the following

  • Assessment of the Labour Law. 2013. IRIM undertook a nation-wide assessment of the implementation of the Labour Law to identify constrainnts, and opportunities for improvement. The survey covered formal and informal employment, and businesses of all sizes and from a range of sectors. A number of issues were identirifed, some of which were applicable to the population as a whole, while others were specific to particular social groups; such as people with disabilities. Based on the results of this work, the government subsequently revised the Labour Law. 

National Labour Stability Survey in Mongolia (the National Barometer Survey). 2015. The survey was to identify supply and demand in the labour market, using internationally recognized methods. Data were collected from 2,050 active enterprises; across all 21 provinces and nine districts of Ulaanbaatar. Labour market demands were defined, by economic sector, geographical region, as well as professional groups.