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.
Employers' organizations and enterprise development in the nformal economy: Moving from informality to formality (adapted from CD-ROM)
05 December 2006
Drawing together lessons learned, ACT/EMP has produced a CD-ROM information tool to guide action by employers' organizations in relation to the informal economy. This CD-ROM has been compiled into a PDF. Included are a number of studies done by employers' organizations and descriptions of the different types of action taken. The various interventions are documented and analysed to provide information and reference to help other employers' organizations or business associations to shape their own actions and interventions. The format of these studies is such that readers are able to use the information and material flexibly.
Employers' Organizations and the ILO Supervisory Machinery
05 December 2006
This publication contains, among other things, a description of the ILO's supervisory machinery, a summary of the complaints and representations made by employers' organizations, a description of the principles established by ILO supervisory bodies on Conventions No. 87, 98 and 144 and an assessment of the use of the supervisory machinery by employers' organizations. It is addressed to employers' organizations seeking assistance from the ILO standards supervisory procedures, as well as employer representatives acting as members in ILO supervisory bodies.
Legal Frameworks for Employers’ Organizations in Eastern European and Central Asian Countries
03 December 2005
This publication provides an overview of legislation in countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia related to employers' organizations, ranging from recognition and creation of employers' organizations, their internal organization and external activities, to conditions of suspension and dissolution. Special emphasis is given to a trend in these countries to adopt special laws on employers' organizations. An attempt is made to assess this legislation from the viewpoint of employers'.
Employers' organizations & HIV/AIDS: Information, tools and good practices for workplace action against HIV/AIDS
30 November 2005
A Solution for Members of Employers’ Organisations: the Payroll Administration Services
30 November 2005
Examples from Belgium: Social Secretariats and from Bulgaria: Contribution Payment Centres (Regionalna Osigurelna Kassa); Report on workshops and activities held in Sofia, Stara Zagora and Varna in 2005
Core training package - Guide Four: Revenue Building
13 October 2005
A series of "hand-on" guides to building and managing effective employers’ organizations. Building Employers’ Organization Revenue - Developing adequate and sustainable income streams
Core training package - Guide Three: Advocacy
12 October 2005
A series of "hand-on" guides to building and managing effective employers’ organizations. Maximising the Impact of the Voice of Business - Developing and implementing a successful advocacy strategy
Core training package - Guide Two: Strategy
11 October 2005
A series of "hand-on" guides to building and managing effective employers’ organizations. A Strategic Approach to the Management of Employers’ Organizations - Developing, agreeing and delivering a sustainable business plan
Implementing the ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work
30 December 2002
Teaching and training material