Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

This Committee plays a key role in providing a meaningful input into legislation and policy and informing debate on the creation and retention of jobs and promoting enterprise and innovation. The Committee is interested in highlighting possible new creative solutions in order to build on progress and to reinforce ongoing efforts to deal in economic recovery and renewal.  The Committee is particularly interested in finding new ways to promote job creation and activation measures targeted at the young unemployed and long term unemployed.

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What's on this week

The Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will not be meeting in Public Session this week commencing 15 May 2017.

News from the Committee

20 February 17
Jobs Committee to continue scrutiny of the Banded Hours Contract Bill 2016 (PMB)

13 February 17
Jobs Committee to resume scrutiny of the Banded Hours Contract Bill 2016 (PMB)

30 January 17
Jobs Committee to commence scrutiny of the Banded Hours Contract Bill 2016 (PMB)

16 January 17
Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) on the agenda at Jobs Committee meeting

14 December 16
Ministers to brief Jobs Committee on Brexit plans

8 December 16
Jobs Committee meeting with Northern Irish counterparts highlights need for ongoing dialogue and cooperation

7 December 16
Jobs Committee to meet counterparts from Northern Ireland Assembly at private meeting on Brexit

5 December 16
Northern Ireland Ministers to appear before Jobs Committee

30 November 16
Select Committee on Jobs to consider Supplementary Estimates for Public Services

21 November 16
Select Committee on Jobs to consider Committee Stage of Companies (Accounting) Bill 2016

7 November 16
Jobs Committee to continue discussion on ‘Brexit’

24 October 16
Jobs Committee to resume discussion on impact of ‘Brexit’ on jobs

 

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