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Organizations relating to Employment Conditions

World Federation of Trade Unions / Athens, Greece / Est. 1945
Trade Unions International of Public and Allied Employees / Est. 1949
International Transport Workers' Federation / London, UK / Est. 1896
International Association of Labour Inspection / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1972
International Federation of Translators / Paris, France / Est. 1953
Public Services International / Ferney-Voltaire, France / Est. 1907
Fédération internationale syndicale de l'enseignement / Est. 1946
International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco and Allied Workers Associations / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1920
World Mining Congress / Katowice, Poland / Est. 1958
International Ergonomics Association / Est. 1961
World Steel Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1967
Global Facility Management Association / Melbourne VIC, Australia
Federation of European Ergonomics Societies / Toulouse, France / Est. 2003
Nordiska Ergonomisällskapet / Est. 1969
Asociación Latinoamericana de Salud Ocupacional / Lima, Peru
European Association for Cognitive Ergonomics / Est. 1987
European Society of Dental Ergonomics / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 1987
European Workplace Drug Testing Society / Orbassano, Italy / Est. 1998
European Federation of Salaried Doctors / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1964
Caribbean Employers' Confederation / Port-of-Spain, Trinidad-Tobago / Est. 1960
Société d'Ergonomie de Langue Française / Mantes-la-Jolie, France / Est. 1963
General Confederation of Trade Unions / Moscow, Russia / Est. 1992
HomeNet South-East Asia / Khon Kaen, Thailand / Est. 1997
HomeNet South Asia / Delhi, India / Est. 2000
Middle East Facility Management Association
WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1948
European Economic and Social Committee / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958
European Homeworking Group / Leeds, UK / Est. 1994
IMO Staff Association / London, UK / Est. 1969
International Civil Service Commission / New York NY, USA / Est. 1974
OAS Staff Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1955
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - Europe Chapter / Liverpool, UK / Est. 1983
Union syndicale fédérale des services publics européens et internationaux / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1974
International Facility Management Association / Houston TX, USA / Est. 1980
South East Asian Network of Ergonomics Societies / Manila, Philippines / Est. 1984
Clean Clothes Campaign / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1990
European Network for Workplace Health Promotion / Fröndenberg, Germany / Est. 1995
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions / Dublin, Ireland / Est. 1975
Workarea Art-Ambient / Cairo Montenotte, Italy / Est. 1980
European Facility Management Network / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1993
Fundación Iberoamericana de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 2000
Asia Floor Wage Alliance / Delhi, India / Est. 2007
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
Institut für Arbeitsrecht und Arbeitsbeziehungen in der Europäischen Union / Trier, Germany / Est. 1983
International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1949
International Institute of Social History / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1935
Danish International Investment Funds / Copenhagen, Denmark
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers / Upper Marlboro MD, USA / Est. 1888
Jus Semper Global Alliance / Moorpark CA, USA / Est. 2002

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World Problems relating to Employment Conditions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Underpaid civil servants
Strikes
Abusive workplace surveillance
Unequal income distribution within countries
Excessive hours of work
Occupational stress
Stagnated development of agricultural production
Absence of agreed minimum wage
Student absenteeism
Perverse environmental subsidies
Discrimination against part-time work
Excessive salaries of corporate executives
Substance abuse at work
Drug abuse at work
Alcoholic intoxication at work
Denial of right to collective bargaining
Absenteeism
Unrepresentativeness of trade unions
Inadequate conditions of work in the textile industry
High severance pay for top managers
Evasion of social costs by companies
Vibrations as a health hazard
Lock-out
Discrimination against non-union workers
Disadvantages of homeworking employees

Action Strategies relating to Employment Conditions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Combatting sexual harassment in the workplace
Reducing wages
Guaranteeing minimum wage
Securing minimum wage limits for women
Preventing occupational accidents
Controlling employee absenteeism
Preempting
Working from home
Changing behaviour with incentives
Fostering altruism in the workplace
Improving working conditions of salaried employees
Changing wage structures
Protecting workers against excessive working hours
Promoting women's economic self-reliance
Regulating wages
Providing incentives to undertake conservation measures
Reducing working hours
Using economic instruments for sustainable development
Providing incentives for investment in forestry development in drylands
Improving earnings of workers
Extending working hours
Providing incentive conditions for production
Using centrally binding wage agreements
Using economic incentives to increase environmental performance standards
Eliminating abusive child labour

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