← Social Activity

Social Activity → Employment Conditions

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Employment Conditions

Women in Dialogue / London, UK / Est. 1975
World Mining Congress / Katowice, Poland / Est. 1958
International Ergonomics Association / Est. 1961
Federation of Staff Associations of United Nations and its Specialized Agencies in the Philippines / Makati, Philippines / Est. 1983
International Society for Performance Improvement / Silver Spring MD, USA / Est. 1962
Convention Concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1951
Convention Concerning Compulsory Invalidity Insurance for Persons Employed in Industrial or Commercial Undertakings, in the Liberal Professions, and for Outworkers and Domestic Servants / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1933
Convention Concerning the Restriction of Night Work of Children and Young Persons in Non-industrial Occupations / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1946
Institute for Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the European Union / Trier, Germany / Est. 1983
European Study Group / Uxbridge, UK / Est. 1990
Trade Unions International of Public and Allied Employees / Est. 1949
Convention Concerning Minimum Wage Fixing Machinery in Agriculture / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1951
Convention Concerning the Protection of Wages / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1949
WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1948
Centre for Arctic Medicine, Oulu / Oulu, Finland
SERRV International / Madison WI, USA / Est. 1949
Agreement on the Harmonisation of Fiscal Incentives to Industry / Est. 1973
Convention Concerning Working Conditions in Hotels, Restaurants and Similar Establishments / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1991
Women Working Worldwide / Manchester, UK / Est. 1983
Convention Concerning Minimum Wage Fixing, with Special Reference to Developing Countries / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1970
Publish What You Pay Coalition / London, UK
Federation of European Ergonomics Societies / Toulouse, France / Est. 2003
Convention Respecting Reciprocity in the Granting of Benefits for Reduced Working Capacity / Est. 1953
European Economic and Social Committee / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958
International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1949

View all profiles (151 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Employment Conditions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Occupational stress
Abusive workplace surveillance
Stagnated development of agricultural production
Unequal income distribution within countries
Evasion of social costs by companies
Discrimination against part-time work
Inadequate conditions of work in the textile industry
Lack of payment for housework
High severance pay for top managers
Unrepresentativeness of trade unions
Vibrations as a health hazard
Absence of agreed minimum wage
Denial of right to collective bargaining
Combined stresses as occupational hazards
Transnational strike action by trade unions
Excessive salaries of corporate executives
Discrimination against non-union workers
Increasing job monotony
Substance abuse at work
Discrimination against women executives
Clandestine employment
Drug abuse at work
Unequal pay for women

Action Strategies relating to Employment Conditions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Sponsoring commercial research and development
Coordinating global job placement
Safeguarding employee health

You are viewing a subject profile from the UIA's Global Civil Society Database.
← return to your search page to find additional profiles.
Terms of Use

UIA allows users to access and make use of the information contained in its Databases for the user’s internal use and evaluation purposes only. A user may not re-package, compile, re-distribute or re-use any or all of the UIA Databases or the data* contained therein without prior permission from the UIA.

Data from database resources may not be extracted or downloaded in bulk using automated scripts or other external software tools not provided within the database resources themselves. If your research project or use of a database resource will involve the extraction of large amounts of text or data from a database resource, please contact us for a customized solution.

UIA reserves the right to block access for abusive use of the Database.

* Data shall mean any data and information available in the Database including but not limited to: raw data, numbers, images, names and contact information, logos, text, keywords, and links.