Abstract: The article aims to present the Bulgarian policy in the education sector in search for opportunities to create and maintain a sustainable and effective relationship between the labour market and higher education. The study draws attention to the effects of a project, developed and tested in recent years, related to conducting practical training of students. The outcomes show that the availability of similar financial mechanisms contribute to creating and strengthening the relationship between higher education and the labour market.
Abstract: This paper focuses on the relationship between the state, individuals, employers, and universities based on methods of quantification. The conclusion drawn is that higher education is the basis for socio-economic development and efficiency of the labour market, which could be used by governments in the formation of a policy regarding higher education through the vocational and qualification conformity indicator.
Abstract: The article presents the results of scientific research on the role of labour factors, fixed-term employment contract, in particular, in the innovation activity of organizations of Belarus. The influence of the fixed-term employment contracts on the innovative activity of enterprises has been identified. It has been proven that the smaller scale of the organization, the more often they use a fixed-term employment contract. It is proved that if organizations have a fixed-term employment contract, they are more innovative and innovative organizations are active.