22 March 2021 Press release
On Monday 22 March, Sophie Vincent, Director of Monaco Statistics (IMSEE), presented and analysed for the press a report on the economy in 2020. Minister of Finance and Economy Jean Castellini and...Read more of Monaco Statistics publishes Quarterly Economy Bulletin for Q4 2020
12 March 2021 News flash
The Minister of State, accompanied by members of the Government and the Civil Service, received representatives of employers from the Principality's various areas of activity to take stock of the s...Read more of Meeting with Representatives of the Principality's Employers
11 February 2021 Press release
We wish to inform our valued customers that renovation work is commencing at the Monaco Post Office in LaCondamine. It will therefore be closed from Friday 12 February 2021 from 12 noon to Saturday...Read more of Closure of La Condamine Post Office
15 December 2020 Press release
La crise sanitaire a démontré l’importance du numérique pour aider notre économie à rebondir. Bien au-delà, il s’agit d’un formidable levier de développement pour les entreprises. En effet, le numé...Read more of Fonds Bleu du plan de relance économique et plateforme « Extended Monaco pour l’Entreprise »
23 October 2020 Press release
The 8th Monaco Business trade fair will take place on 27 October 2020 at the Rainier III Auditorium.The health and economic crisis has shown how important it is for the players in Monaco's economic...Read more of An "Accessible Administration" at the Service of the Monegasque Economy
14 October 2020 News flash
On Wednesday 14 October, the new premises of the Department of Employment were inaugurated by H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince in the presence of H.E. Mr. Pierre Dartout, Minister of State, Ministers Ms...Read more of Inauguration of the New Premises of the Department of Employment
23 March 2020 Press release
Companies in the Principality who wish to seek authorisation to make use of the strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff (CTTR) for their employees can now submit their requests online.Us...Read more of Strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff: procedure now available online
15 March 2019 Press release
For the year 2018, the Department of Health and Social Affairs reports positive results for employment statistics in the Principality.Thus, the Department of Employment announces the following indi...Read more of The Employment Statistics for 2018
30 November 2018 Press release
Suite au succès rencontré depuis plusieurs années par le «Téléservice Offre d’Emploi»,le Service de l’Emploi, avec l’appui du Département des Affaires Sociales et de la Santé, lance demain, samedi...Read more of Téléservice de déclaration des stages
09 February 2017 Press release
The 6thForum on Sandwich Courses and the 11thMeeting on Careers in Banking and Finance took place at the Rainier III Auditorium yesterday. Following these meetings, in the late afternoon, the 4thAp...Read more of 6th Forum on Sandwich Courses - Very Positive Results
Helping everyone achieve success in their professional life in Monaco
Monaco's dynamic economic infrastructure and favourable conditions for businesses have for a long time allowed it to be a country with almost full employment. Moreover, Monaco is highly appealing to professionals in key sectors and activities from all over the world.
The matter of employment is therefore addressed by the Prince’s Government not just to resolve issues of unemployment, but also to make the most of the economy's attractiveness and allow everyone to progress in his or her working life.
The period when someone is looking for work is organised to optimise the interaction between two missions, two employers or even two trades. This period is an opportunity to organise training sessions or map out a career path. Businesses are contacted so as to identify people who best match the posts to be filled.
The Prince’s Government is committed to making everyone's career path as smooth as possible. There are specific measures to help young people with qualifications enter the world of work. Throughout working life, there is support for progression and retraining. Finally, special attention is given to adults in difficulty, whether from a disability or a period of unemployment.
Concern for social dialogue with appropriate Labour Law
The spirit of consensus that exists in the Principality naturally extends to social relations in Monegasque businesses.
In Monaco, labour law is the subject to a specific regulatory framework. While respecting this specificity, the regulatory framework will be adapted in line with developments in international standards governing work, safety, hygiene and conflict resolution.
The Government regularly conducts awareness-raising campaigns for employers and employees and can be called upon to play the role of moderator or conciliator to improve social dialogue. Click here to find out more
An envied social protection and pensions system
The Prince’s Government places great importance on the quality of social protection the level of retirement pensions paid under the contribution system. In Monaco, the level of services offered is advantageous for the beneficiaries.
However, economic activity impacts on the resources of the Monaco Social Funds, and the social partners, supported by the Prince’s Government, are very vigilant with respect to maintaining a balance while protecting the future as far as possible. Click here to find out more