Many business organizations are involved in setting minimum wage policies; and, through collective bargaining, in the determination of wages in certain industries or economic sectors. In many cases, they also provide support to their member companies during collective bargaining and agreements.
With this training, Employers’ and Business Organizations will strengthen their capacities in this regard. This is an introductory approach to the theory surrounding labor productivity and how this could be applied in practice.
This tailor-made course is available upon request and may be customized for local, national, and international organizations. Contact us to learn more.
The workshop is designed for business organizations’ general managers, CEOs, staff and advisors, who are directly involved in defining public policy concerning minimum wage negotiation and determination; and for business organization’s and member companies’ staff, involved or interested in the practical applications of productivity for wage negotiation
Within Business Organizations there is not always a clear understanding about what is labour productivity? how to measure it? and how to interrelate it with the workers’ performance? This course aims to answer these and other related questions. The training will explore offer quantifiable tools that are applicable diverse industries, economies and organizations. In conclusion, the organization will be better equipped to engage minimum wage negotiations at the national level or assist members in private issues such us collective bargaining.
With the support from the ILO Budapest Office, faculty from the University of Turin-Italy, the Employers’ Activities Program – ACTEMP ITCILO and the ILO; the workshop will focus on case analysis and practical activities with the aim at mostly learning by doing.