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Women account for only 45% of those employed in the formal sector. As policies, regulations and/or county business practices change and improve, the Application will need to change and improve as well. In others, however, especially in those like social insurance where objective entitlement based on criteria stipulated in law reduces the need for individual judgments and service, administrative organization takes on the central role in determining the kind of personnel needed.

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