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Consolidating Social Protection and Labor Policy in Tunisia : Building Systems, Connecting to Jobs

JOBS AVERAGE UNEMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT LABOR POLICIES UNEMPLOYMENT RATES SALARIED WORKERS NET JOB CREATION LABOR PROGRAMS PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP CURRENT LABOR FORCE SKILLED WORKERS INFORMAL SECTOR RETIREMENT MINIMUM WAGE LABOR LEGISLATION AVERAGE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYMENT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LABOR FORCE HEALTH INSURANCE PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT PUBLIC SERVICES ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS UNEMPLOYED POPULATION JOB UNEMPLOYMENT SPELLS NATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT SERVANTS EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS TRAINING PROGRAMS LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION PERSISTENT UNEMPLOYMENT PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES EMPLOYMENT TRENDS EARLY RETIREMENT TRAINING CENTERS JOB LOSSES ACTIVE LABOR JOB SEEKERS WORK EXPERIENCE TRAINING VOUCHER ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT LABOR MARKET WAGE BILL LABOR COSTS EMPLOYMENT POLICIES PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PRIVATE SECTOR WORKERS ON-THE-JOB TRAINING PRIVATE PROVIDERS WORKER PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS ACTIVE LABOR MARKET LABOR UNIONS LABOR PRODUCTIVITY UNEMPLOYED JOB LOSS LABOR POLICY JOB EXPERIENCE WAGE SUBSIDY PROGRAMS RIGID LABOR MARKET LABOR CONTRACTS JOB TRAINING UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE LABOR PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS TOTAL EMPLOYMENT LABOR REGULATION UNEMPLOYMENT AVERAGE WAGES EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM COLLECTIVE DISMISSAL HUMAN CAPITAL TRAINING SYSTEM VOCATIONAL TRAINING WORKERS LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE HIGH EMPLOYMENT ACTIVE LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS AVERAGE WAGE CONTRIBUTION RATE LABOR SYSTEM WAGE SUBSIDIES STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES WAGE PREMIUM SAFETY NET INCOME DISTRIBUTION PRIVATE SERVICES EMPLOYMENT SERVICES LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES JOB CREATION PREVIOUS WAGE RURAL WORKERS PRIVATE SECTOR UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM LABOR MOBILITY PUBLIC WORKS REASONABLE ASSUMPTIONS WAGE POLICY UNEMPLOYED PERSONS SKILLED LABOR MANAGEMENT LABOR ORGANIZATION SERVICE SECTORS PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYMENT MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT DISMISSAL EMPLOYABILITY HUMAN RESOURCES LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS JOB PLACEMENT EMPLOYEE HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYEES LOCAL LABOR MARKET PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS JOB COUNSELING UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS JOB SKILLS PRIMARY EDUCATION YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT WAGE DISTRIBUTION FIRM GROWTH LABOR MARKETS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS EDUCATIONAL LEVEL WAGE SUBSIDY PRIVATE SECTORS WAGE EMPLOYMENT LABOR REGULATIONS SERVICE PROVIDERS EMPLOYEES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2016-03-02T16:48:47Z | 2016-03-02T16:48:47Z | 2015-12-01

Tunisia today represents a paradox: despite political progress since its 2011 revolution, wide economic and social disparities persist, threatening stability. While Tunisia has several social protection and labor programs in place, its ability to respond to increasing social needs is compromised by inefficiency, fragmentation, and inequity. The objective of this note is to evaluate the effectiveness of Tunisia’s main social protection and labor programs and identify options for reform through a systems-based approach. The note accompanies the Tunisia systematic country diagnostic (2015) with evidence on the efficiency and equity of key social protection and labor programs. Importantly, this note contributes new analysis on how to bolster Tunisia’s social protection and labor programs by focusing on three main areas of systems building: (i) financing and sustainability, (ii) institutions and governance, and (iii) service delivery. The note argues that without significantly improving institutional coordination on financing and delivery, Tunisia’s social protection and labor system will be ill equipped to strengthen economic and social inclusion.

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