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Employees

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Employees

Arab Union of Bank, Insurance and Finance Employees
International Employee Stock Option Coalition
International Employment Law, Pensions and Employee Benefits Alliance / Est. 2001
Arab Confederation of Employees of Banks, Insurances and Financial Affairs
Convention Concerning Compulsory Invalidity Insurance for Persons Employed in Industrial or Commercial Undertakings, in the Liberal Professions, and for Outworkers and Domestic Servants / Est. 1933
European Study Group / Est. 1990
Trade Unions International of Public and Allied Employees / Est. 1949
International Federation of Workers Employed in the Construction of Roads / Est. 1907
International Federation of Employees in Public Services / Est. 1930
Nordic Federation of Unions of Municipal Employees / Est. 1907
Union for Sports, Culture, Tourism International for Posts and Telecommunications / Est. 1992
Office and Professional Employees International Union / Est. 1945
European Federation of Employee Share Ownership / Est. 1998
Convention Concerning Student Employees / Est. 1950
Convention Concerning the Night Work of Young Persons Employed in Industry, 1948 / Est. 1948
Quaker Oats Europe Employee Benefit Fund
Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union / Est. 1891
Savings Bank for the Children of Permanent Employees and Workers of the Northern Railways / Est. 1928
Service Employees International Union / Est. 1921
International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans / Est. 1954
Convention Concerning Compulsory Old-age Insurance for Persons Employed in Agricultural Undertakings / Est. 1933
Convention Regarding the Measurement and Registration of Vessels Employed in Inland Navigation / Est. 1956
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners / Est. 1988
Asia Federation of Employees in Public Service / Est. 1972
Asian Brotherhood of Clerical Workers / Est. 1992

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World Problems relating to Employees

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Physical punishment of employees
Inadequate working conditions of employees of commerce and offices
Sexual harassment in the working place
Exploitation of child labour
White-collar crime
Prohibitive labour costs
Workers uninterested in production
Underpayment for work
Intimidation in the workplace
Occupational stress
Disadvantages of homeworking employees
Neglect of worker health
Unethical practices of public service employees
Age discrimination in employment
Unethical practices by employees
Incapacity from work
Work-place theft
Absenteeism
Social insecurity of employees of insolvent institutions
Costly provision of child care facilities for employees
Unfair competition from convict-made goods
Unrepresentativeness of trade unions
Employee disobedience
Inadequate management-employee communication
Grievances of employees

Action Strategies relating to Employees

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Safeguarding employee health
Controlling employee absenteeism
Expanding employment images
Providing flexible labour
Exploiting in employment
Conducting staff audit
Paying for work
Cultivating new employable skills
Sacking workers
Forming worker organizations
Improving earnings of workers
Structuring care of workers
Reducing disparities between employed and self employed
Developing codes of conduct for public servants
Protecting privacy of workers
Cutting back staff
Creating partnerships between management and employees
Placing workers according to ability
Acquiring needed employable expertise
Using part-time employees
Professionalizing employees
Researching white-collar crime
Developing motor racing
Funding employees' sabbatical
Researching employee crime

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