Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- According to a recent report by the Moroccan think-tank “Public Dialogue and Contemporary Studies Center,” the government has failed to fulfill its promise to create 100 nurseries annually for the benefit of working mothers.
The report has identified several shortcomings in the government’s efforts to implement the agreement reached on April 30, 2022, between the government and trade unions.
One of the report’s main criticisms is the government’s delay in facilitating the work of women, particularly in reducing the wage gap between female and male workers, employed for the same job.
The report was prepared by Mohamed Tarek, a law professor at Hassan II University in Casablanca.
This is the second report published by the center in conjunction with this year’s social dialogue rounds.
It is worth mentioning that the April round of social dialogue began days ago with meetings initiated by the Prime Minister, who received delegations from the Moroccan Labor Union, the General Union of Workers in Morocco, the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises, and the Democratic Confederation of Labor.
The Moroccan Times.