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MINISTER MCLEOD APPOINTS ENTERPRISE INVESTMENT FUND BOARD

MOLSMED SEEKS TO IMPROVE THE OVERALL ECOSYSTEM FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

As the Government continues in its efforts to encourage and support micro and small enterprise (MSE) development and foster a culture of innovation in Trinidad and Tobago, the Honourable Errol McLeod appoints a ten member board to oversee the operations of the Enterprise Investment Fund (EIF).

In his address at the official ceremony of appointment, held on 30th January, 2015, at the Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development’s Head Office, Minister McLeod reiterated that the EIF will be an important agent in the development of the MSE sector.

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Young minds becoming business wise

Junior Co-operatives formed within 12 Secondary Schools

Learning how to start a business is an essential process for anyone with plans of becoming an entrepreneur. Venturing into business activity takes not only time and money but requires an understanding of the role of business in society, employing the right business skills and knowledge in order to take risks. Whilst many business owners acquire such knowledge in their adult lives, business operation can be taught to young persons who have dreams of one day becoming artistes, photographers, graphic designers, shopkeepers or any profession that will grant them their economic independence.

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The Honourable Errol McLeod, Minister of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development would like to announce that the Minimum Wages Order, 2014 has come into effect on January 1, 2015.

The Minimum Wages Act, Chap. 88:04 Order Made by the Minister under section 3 of the Minimum Wages Act and subject to negative resolution of Parliament

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Trinidad and Tobago hosts Annual Review of the Commonwealth/Caribbean Seasonal Agricultural Workers’ Programme

Commonwealth/Caribbean Seasonal Agricultural Workers’ Programme (CCSAWP) also known as Farm Programme was conceived as a remedial initiative to provide reliable labour during the short-term peak season in the agricultural industry in Canada. The main feature of the CCSAWP is the organised movement of foreign workers to meet the temporary seasonal needs of Canadian Agricultural Producers during peak harvesting and planting periods when there are traditionally shortages of Canadian workers. 
The Annual Review Meeting which was held at the Trinidad Hilton from December 1-3, 2014, was held for the purpose of examining the Programme’s progress, addressing challenges and determining the way forward. This year's meeting was attended by representatives of the participating Caribbean countries as well as officials from (HRSDC) Human Resource and Skills Development Canada, (CIC) Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Staff of the High Commission for Canada in the hosting state, (F.A.R.M.S) Foreign Agricultural Resource Management Services, (farmers organization in Canada), Canag, the official travel agency of FARMS, the Canadian Horticultural Council, theOntario Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association, and farmers organizations from the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.

Workshop on Migration, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Response

The MOLSMED in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration hosted the Workshop on Migration, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Response on 24-25 November, 2014 at the La Boucan Room, Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre

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Notices
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The Co-operative Societies (Amendment) Bill 2013

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FairShare Programme

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National Integrated Business Incubator System (IBIS)

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International Year of

Co-operatives

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Office of the Prime Minister
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

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Interim HIV Agency
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Enabling Competitive Business Strategy (ECBS) 2011-2014

Implemented with the Support of the European Union

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