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Employers

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Employers

International Council of Commerce Employers / Est. 1947
BUSINESSEUROPE / Est. 1958
Nordic Association for the Graphics Industry
Arab Centre for Social Insurance, Khartoum / Est. 1980
European Sugar Industry Employers' Association
European Federation of Professional Managers and Employers
Europäische Arbeitsbegerunion / Est. 1995
Confederation of Employers' Organizations of the Indian Ocean Islands / Est. 1992
Council of European Employers of the Metal, Engineering and Technology-Based Industries / Est. 1962
European Study Group / Est. 1990
International Council of Employers of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers / Est. 1987
Arab Institute for Vocational Health and Safety / Est. 1982
Organization of Employers' Federations and Employers in Developing Countries / Est. 1945
Business Africa / Est. 1986
Confederation of Asia-Pacific Employers / Est. 2001
Coalition internationale des patrons
Coiffure EU / Est. 2005
Standing Committee of European Port Employers Associations / Est. 1971
Convention Concerning the Protection of Workers' Claims in the Event of the Insolvency of Their Employer / Est. 1992
Organisation internationale des patrons industriels
International Chemical Employers Labour Relations Committee
International Organisation of Employers / Est. 1920
International Christian Union of Business Executives / Est. 1931
Convention Respecting the Application of the Accident Insurance Laws of the Various States to Cases Where an Employer in One of the Contracting States Carries on a Business or Employs Workers in Another of the Said States / Est. 1937
European Centre for Industrial Relations / Est. 1995

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World Problems relating to Employers

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Genetic discrimination
Irresponsible employers
Unethical practices by employees
Labour hoarding by employers
Unemployment of educated older people
Denial of right to collective bargaining
Denial of right to economic security during periods of unemployment
Excessive payroll tax
Failure to employ skills of home-bound educated women
Decline in employer-provided pensions
Collusion of trade union leaders with employers and government
Escalating cost of employers liability insurance
Unfair assessment of workers
Unethical practices of employers
Exploitation of indigenous populations in employment

Action Strategies relating to Employers

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Making effective use of medicinal plants
Using available timber resources
Employing appropriate technology
Using wind power
Using life-cycle analysis
Employing energy efficient design
Using renewable energy resources
Employing unused land
Strengthening cooperative security measures
Remote sensing by satellite
Employing local exchange and trading LETS systems
Using roundtable process
Controlling availability of arms
Using music therapy
Employing the disabled
Offering flexible employment
Employing linguistic structure
Employing linguistic imperialism
Employing modern techniques of food and live animal production
Employing non-drug measures for relieving pain
Using preventative diplomacy
Using multi-modal transport
Ensuring competent consulting services
Strengthening anti-dumping trade procedures
Fertilizing soils

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