reforms planned for 2023

The profession of labor inspector should undergo several reforms during the year 2023, with a view to raising this profession to the rank it deserves, in particular through the reform of the Labor Code, indicated, Monday in Rabat, the Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment and Skills, Younes Sekkouri.

Speaking at the opening of a training session dedicated to labor inspectors, under the theme “for an inspectorate adapted to socio-economic developments”, Sekkouri thus highlighted the social dialogue agreement signed on April 30, whose commitments insisted on the reform of this profession, with the aim of establishing momentum, trust and a collective effort between all parties.

This training session was also an opportunity for the Minister to emphasize that the job of labor inspector is of great social importance, noting that the inspectorate is a difficult job called upon to play several roles, economic and social. .

It is a question of fulfilling a fundamental economic mission, that of contributing to improving the performance of the company, and a social role given that the inspector represents the intermediary between the directors and the employees, as well as a role of arbiter in case of conflicts, explained Sekkouri.

To carry out all of these missions, the Minister noted that a mastery of a certain number of skills is necessary, specifying that it is within this framework that this training session falls, which should allow inspectors to first have a reference, and anticipate them to “soft skills”.

For his part, the Acting Secretary General of the Department of Employment, Kamal Achoubi said it is a training session for a new generation of inspectors who joined the ministry according to a new approach.

Similarly, he affirmed that the missions of the labor inspector today are not limited only to control but are rather oriented towards various skills, hence the need to acquire some mechanisms, including the “soft skills” relating to arbitration, negotiation, in addition to monitoring and follow-up.

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