01 June 2015
Satara Rest Camp is one of the largest and most popular camps in Kruger National Park. With an average annual occupancy level of 85 per cent and 68 fulltime employees, Satara is one of the Park’s most complex camps to manage. In the past, these operational complexities frequently prompted guest complaints. However, thanks to the SCORE Training, the Camp’s EIT (Enterprise Improvement team, which comprises five employees and four managers, was able to identify and implement a number of significant improvement projects.
03 November 2014
Developing sustainable enterprises: the ILO approach
03 November 2014
The ILO approach to responsible global business - Sustainable Enterprises
29 October 2014
The ILO approach to responsible workplace practices - Sustainable Enterprises
01 June 2012
ILO Value Chain Development Briefing paper 3
Indonesia: An enabling environment for sustainable enterprises (EESE) assessment and a survey on workers’ perceptions
12 March 2012
Employment Sector - Employment Report No. 16
01 February 2012
Training package and programme on the management of agricultural cooperatives
13 January 2011
Employment Sector - Employment Report No. 10
01 November 2007
Explanation of the course "Sustainable enterprise promotion through good workplace practice and human resource management"
01 July 2007
Conclusions concerning the promotion of sustainable enterprises - International Labour Conference, June 2007
01 June 2007
The conclusions of this discussion provide an important contribution agreed by the ILO’s tripartite constituency of governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations on how to promote enterprise development in a manner that aligns enterprise growth with sustainable development objectives and the creation of productive employment and decent work.
International Labour Conference, 96th Session, 2007 – Report VI – The promotion of sustainable enterprises
01 June 2007
This report for the 2007 session of the International Labour Conference is a contribution to the broad and wide-ranging international debate on the promotion of enterprise. The central role of the private sector, in all its forms, is increasingly recognized as key to development challenges including employment creation. The report takes stock of the developments and experiences from a decent work perspective, with particular emphasis on how to strengthen the contribution of enterprises to productive and equitable economic and employment growth.
01 September 2005
01 January 2004
Are the 100 best better? An empirical investigation of the relationship between being a "great place to work" and firm performance
01 January 2003
10 September 2002
Discusses the interrelationship between best management practices and international labour standards by presenting numerous case studies from both large and small companies from different regions and industries.