International Organisation of Employers (IOE)
Organisation internationale des employeurs (OIE)
Organización Internacional de Empleadores (OIE)
1920-03 London UK
Founded Mar 1920, London (UK) following 1st International Labour Conference, Oct 1919, Washington DC (USA), as International Organization of Industrial Employers – Organisation internationale des employeurs industriels. Present name adopted 16 Jun 1938, as the organization defending the interests of all employers, not merely industrial employers. Statutes most recently amended and adopted by General Council 2019.
Promote the economic, employment and social policy environment necessary to sustain and develop free enterprise and the market economy.
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