Human Capital and Labour Report: Zambia

  • ID: 4088796
  • Report
  • Region: Zambia
  • 138 pages
  • Knowledge Resources
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This Country Report is a Must to Read If You Want to Analyse Labour Market Trends and Identify Human Capital Business Risks in Zambia!
The Human Capital and Labour Report: Zambia provides in-depth and comprehensive data of the latest human capital and labour trends and developments in Zambia.

This Country Report will Provide you with a Better Understanding and Knowledge of the Context of Human Capital and Labour in Terms of:
  • Labour market efficiency
  • Employment levels and trends
  • Unemployment and job creation
  • Wage and salary trends
  • Training and skills development
  • Skills shortages
  • Industrial relations
  • Education
  • Inter-cultural challenges
  • Economic indicators
  • Standards of living
  • Healthcare
  • Expatriates, immigrants and diaspora
  • Human resources profession and more
In addition, the report sets these developments in context and explains their significance. Data is benchmarked against South Africa and Nigeria to provide context and perspective. This enables you to make better strategic decisions for your organisation.

This country report is a must to read if you want to analyse labour market trends and identify human capital business risks in Zambia!

Essential for a Variety of People and Organisations:
  • HR and Talent Managers (with offices in Africa or who are looking to branch into Africa)
  • Multinationals
  • Marketing Departments
  • Investors
  • Academics in HR; Development Studies, Economic Studies, Africa Studies etc
  • Government Departments
  • Donors
  • Development Agencies
  • Consultants
  • Professional Services
The Data Has Been Compiled from a Variety of Credible and Publishable Sources, Including:
  • African Development Bank
  • Central banks
  • Government departments
  • International Labour Organization
  • International Monetary Fund
  • Mo Ibrahim Foundation
  • Statistical bureaus
  • UNAIDS
  • UNESCO
  • United Nations Development Program
  • World Bank
  • World Economic Forum
  • and MANY more
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Acknowledgements III

Introduction to the African Human Capital and Labour Reports IV

A Different Perspective V

The Demographic and Labour Dividend VI

Human Capital VII

About This Series VIII

Note to Reader IX

Introduction X


Chapter 1: Country Profile

1.1 Introduction

1.2 The Business Culture

1.3 Governance and Corruption in Zambia

1.4 Implications, Challenges and Recommendations

Endnotes

Chapter 2: Zambia’s Economy

2.1 Broad Economic Indicators

2.2 Currency and Exchange Rate

2.3 Competitiveness and Ease of Doing Business

2.4 Largest Companies and Foreign Investments

2.5 Foreign Aid to Zambia

2.6 Implications, Challenges and Recommendations

Endnotes

Chapter 3: Socio-Demographic Indicators

3.1 Population

3.2 Living Standards and Poverty Indicators

3.3 Healthcare

3.4 Implications, Challenges and Recommendations

Endnotes

Chapter 4: Education and Skills Development

4.1 Qualifications Profile of the Population and Workforce

4.2 Levels of Educatio

4.3 Innovation in Zambia

4.4 Implications, Challenges and Recommendations

Endnotes

Chapter 5: the Labour Market

5.1 Economically Active Population

5.2 Employment by Industry Sectors

5.3 Employment by Occupation

5.4 Summary of Employment Trends

5.5 Unemployment and Job Creation

5.6 Expatriates, Immigrants and the Zambian Diaspora

5.7 Wage and Salary Trends

5.8 Industrial Relations Framework

5.9 Labour Market Efficiency

5.10 Implications, Challenges and Recommendations Endnotes

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'Human Capital and Labour Research' provides in-depth and comprehensive data of the latest human capital and labour trends and developments in various African countries.

This Research Will Provide You With a Better Understanding and Knowledge of the Context of Human Capital and Labour in Terms of:
  • Labour market efficiency
  • Employment levels and trends
  • Unemployment and job creation
  • Wage and salary trends
  • Training and skills development
  • Skills shortages
  • Industrial relations
  • Education
  • Inter-cultural challenges
  • Economic indicators
  • Standards of living
  • Healthcare
  • Expatriates, immigrants and diaspora
  • Human resources profession and more
In addition, the research sets these developments in context and explains their significance.

Data is benchmarked against South Africa and Nigeria to provide context and perspective. This enables you to make better strategic decisions for your organisation.
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