|The Programme for Employers’ Activities provides training to strengthen employers’ representatives in areas that are strategic for economic growth, governance, development and poverty alleviation. We believe that employers'||
and business associations can make significant contributions for sustainable development and therefore help Employers' Organizations around the world to become more representative and effective voices of business.
Training the trainer course - Setting up new training services on the essentials of Occupational Safety and Health
Code: A107551 When: 03/11/2014 - 05/11/2014 Venue: Turin Centre Language: English
The effective employers' organizations
Code: A507561 When: 05/11/2014 - 07/11/2014 Venue: Turin Centre Language: English
Bangladesh OSH training for supervisors -1st batch
Code: A357548 When: 08/11/2014 - 10/11/2014 Venue: Dhaka, Bangladesh Language: English
Workshop on CSR, Business and Human Rights
On 13 and 14 October, 28 representatives of national employers organizations, the IOE, BUSINESSEUROPE and the Employers' Activities units from the ILO and ITCILO met in Turin to discuss how they can work more effectively in the area of CSR and Human Rights. Read More
Revamped Lempnet now online!
The ITCILO Employers Activities Programme launches its new revamped home at lempnet.itcilo.org. Many months in the making, the revamped website boasts a complete redesign, better access to information concerning our activities and greater integration to the global ITCILO website. The new Lempnet also offers our employers’ participants more of what they want: quicker information on training activities, easier access to training material and enhanced possibilities to interact with colleagues and resources persons. Read More
Employers Young Professionals’ Academy: third and final chapter!
The last workshop of the Employers Young Professionals’ Academy took place in Turin from the 3rd to the 5th of September 2014 … 30 young professionals from 25 different European Employers’ Organizations came together to reflect on their role as social partners. Read More