National Employment Pact (NEP)

Overview

The National Employment Pact (NEP) was founded as a response to the demands of Egyptian youth for fair employment opportunities following the 2011 revolution. Launched by the Egyptian-German business community and the German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce, supported by German Development Cooperation on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and it is under the patronage of the German Embassy in Cairo.

The NEP aims at bridging the gap between job seekers and available job opportunities in the blue-collar sector. Their target group is youth aged from 18 to 35 years with no technical training or academic degree required. The objectives of the National Employment Pact (NEP) are:

To provide the greatest possible number of jobs and place it with matching job seeker’s . The NEP does this by the professional employment facilitation, particularly in the “Blue Collar segment” (unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled workers without university education).
To turn very special attention to the quality of employment. Egyptian companies are supported by the NEP to create fair and decent jobs, to implement a motivating work environment and thus increase the productivity of the workforce.


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