The U.N. is calling for an end to a U. S. policy of barring job hunting assistance to countries where the practice has taken place, according to the International Labour Organization.
The policy has been used to block the hiring of some 600,000 people in countries where it has been allowed to take place.
In the United States, the Trump administration is trying an additional measure to keep jobs from being taken from people who were actually looking for jobs.
Department of Labor announced in July that it would allow people to take jobs for an extended period of time and then claim them as long as the job is “fully covered by an existing employment contract,” and not “in an effort to hire workers who may not be available for the position.”
The government said it would only allow such people to continue their work after they were approved for an extension.
The decision has raised concerns about the fairness of the program, as it has led to many people who had been working at companies for years losing their jobs.
Some people are claiming job hunting aid because their current jobs are no longer available, and they have been forced to take on new jobs that may not have been available.
The U. N. agency’s report on the job hunting program noted that in some countries, the government is only allowed to provide job hunting help if it “is determined that the claimant has demonstrated an ability to meet the specific requirements for the job.”
The agency said that this “does not allow employers to determine whether the claimant is eligible for assistance through the job hunt assistance program in accordance with the employment conditions of the country, its law, or international standards of professional conduct.”
It is unclear what exactly the government has determined for its job hunting eligibility criteria.
It is unclear whether the policy was introduced in the name of jobs, jobs that are not in demand, or jobs that the job hunters were actually taking.