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International Labour Organization (ILO)

The International Labour Organization (ILO) is the only tripartite U.N. agency, since 1919 the ILO brings together governments, employers and workers representatives of 187 member States, to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes promoting decent work for all women and men.

The ILO aims to ensure that it serves the needs of working women and men by bringing together governments, employers and workers to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes. The very structure of the ILO, where workers and employers together have an equal voice with governments in its deliberations, shows social dialogue in action.  The ILO encourages tripartism within its constituents - employers, workers and member States, by promoting a social dialogue between trade unions and employers in formulating, and where appropriate, implementing national policy on social, economic, and many other issues.

 

International Organization of Employers (IOE)

The International Organisation of Employers (IOE), the largest network of the private sector in the world, represents the interests of employers in social and labour matters at international level. Since its creation in 1920, the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) has been supporting and representing the worldwide business community in international labour and social policy forums across the multilateral system, and in other high-level forums such as the G20, with the aim of ensuring that such policy promotes the viability of business.

In meetings of the International Labour Organization (ILO), including its Governing Body and International Labour Conference, the IOE acts as the Secretariat to the Employers' Group. Today, the IOE is proud of its membership of more than 150 national employer organisations from all over the world including the Federation of Kenya Employers.

 

Business Africa

Business Africa seeks to enhance the business voice in continental bodies such as the African Union Commission, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the ILO Regional Office for Africa, the African Development Bank and other continental bodies. Business Africa will also build on relations developed within the United Nations system, the IMF, the World Bank, the WTO and others.

In addition to pursuing its relations with European and American business groups, Business Africa aims to build partnerships with business federations from emerging economies such as China, India, Brazil and Russia. It is important that African business is represented in a much more coordinated way during economic summits that bring together Africa and emerging markets.

Business Africa also seeks to strengthen regional integration to boost intra-African trade. The development of rail, road and energy projects through PPPs to facilitate trade and business links is a key objective.

To our panelists Mr. Daniel Ogutu, HR Director at the Kenya Ports Authority and Ms. Jacqueline Anundo, Senior Clini… https://t.co/d2r0kbue9u
“Stigma, fear of being tested and loosing jobs has made KPA think about wellness programs centered on the wholistic… https://t.co/BByGtWmVeW
“All employees whether working from home, on unpaid leave or on part pay should feel part of the organization. Cont… https://t.co/7JdnBPQWL4
“Keeping those working from home or on unpaid leave physically and mentally healthy is the challenge that employers… https://t.co/uHxityjdhb
From our 9th Webinar, it is evident that a wholistic approach towards employee wellness is critical for enterprise… https://t.co/3CV1z4sHdt
What are the joint Wellness responsibilities for Employers and Employees ?
Happening right now our 9th Webinar which looks into Employee Wellness programs in the midst of #COVID19KE. What p… https://t.co/0hjpnnogrJ
Join us on Wed, 3rd June 2020 at 10:00 A.M as we discuss What Matters? Rethinking Employee wellness programs in vie… https://t.co/vABX3ClfWb
FKE Monthly Newsletter May 2020 in case you missed it, find it here 👉🏾👉🏾https://t.co/JOD3iTUHr8 https://t.co/32v0vPJHzu
We must agree that the workplace is changing and changing very first. Are we prepared? Read all about it from… https://t.co/03QdxN45zp
The Industrial and Legal Services at FKE are still open and members can access the office for direct assistance or… https://t.co/xDTBPW85WS
The Federation continues to encourage employers to incorporate Alternative Dispute Resolution methods into their em… https://t.co/IGUULn365N
Our 8th webinar unpacked the recently signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and presented updates on dispute res… https://t.co/Sfyrs9c6es
RT @ILO_EASTAFRICA: 10 things workers and employers can do together to ensure a #SafeReturn to work. https://t.co/E3cHcLJBIV https://t.co/n…
The Federation of Kenya Employers wishes all our Muslim brothers and sisters a happy and safe Eid Mubarak.… https://t.co/GZGrIiuDPL
Join us on Wednesday, 27th of May at 10:00 A.M as we unpack the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the tripa… https://t.co/bS9i195Jv6
Are we ready to resume normal business? Send us your thoughts on whether Kenya should slowly start opening up for b… https://t.co/VYLcwD01Qw
It is very unclear whether Kenya is ready to restart based on the limited publicly available data on health care ca… https://t.co/NKMaUe7fAV
“The war is not over, the low number is not and indication that we have flattened the curve. We are putting ourselv… https://t.co/MMpXv0RnXb
Are we ready? "Resumption of normal operations is a delicate balance between public health & safety versus economic… https://t.co/mXk7SwZzzs
Mike Macharia:- During this, extraordinary times, business need to make extraordinary decisions and measures to get… https://t.co/SUSGCWd47j
The webinar explored the business, health and economic perspective towards Kenya's preparedness in resuming normal… https://t.co/VbLVaTrXmz
Is it safe to return to work? "The crucial considerations are Timing and Safety. Not too soon, not too late and sho… https://t.co/rZaT3LcYZz