NEWS

FKE

The Governing Body of the International Labour Organization (ILO) has re-elected Guy Ryder as Director-General for a second five year-term to start in October 2017.

Guy Ryder received 54 of the 56 votes cast by the titular members of the ILO’s Governing Body including FKE CEO Jacqueline Mugo. The vote was conducted at the ILO’s headquarters in Geneva. He was the only candidate. Mr. Ryder was first elected as ILO Director-General in May 2012 and took over from Juan Somavia in September 2012.

While thanking the ILO Governing Body, Mr. Ryder noted that his second term will start as the world of work is undergoing unprecedented and transformative change. 

“One asset that we have to master this change is our unique tripartite structure: government, employer and worker representatives will play a key role in shaping the future of work and reasserting social justice as the pole star of international policy making,” He said.

The Federation of Kenya Employers Congratulates Mr. Guy Ryder for being re-elected as the Director General of the International Labour Organization for a second term. FKE extends a hand of partnership and continued support to ILO and Mr. Ryder on this occasion and wishes him the best of luck as ILO seeks to take lead in delivering Global Goals.

RT @FKEKenya: Have you been struggling to understand some of the latest court rulings and how the law interprets them? Well, if you are in…
RT @ilo: Join us tomorrow as we speak about building appropriate social security systems for all with ILO Director-General @GuyRyder and UN…
What it takes to be a good employer;;https://t.co/aUDaQBzfXY
Internship is key in nurturing skills https://t.co/aUDaQBzfXY
When we talk about occupational health and safety, it is not only something we try and prime within the organisati… https://t.co/saQ0MxH5qj
Join and watch the programme this morning https://t.co/nsSd4gydTj
https://t.co/CiZx87tUCC #AmLiveNTV HR department is backbone of organization's good employer and employee product… https://t.co/Y5twAMWs8X
FKE is encouraging the Corporate World to ensure Women at the helm of organizations @StephenObiro , We are running… https://t.co/tODb6sCoMG
What it takes to be a Good Employer is the topic today at #AmLiveNTV with FKE's Steve @StephenObiro
RT @ILO_EASTAFRICA: To #endpoverty all women and men need decent work opportunities to provide for their families and to live with dignity:…
It is estimated that more than 55000 Kenyans work in the Arab world, most of whom are domestic workers. I hope thi… https://t.co/gIOtabBUgH
RT @LabourSPKE: @BaloziYatani and @HonBahari attend the launch of the Homecare Management curriculum at Safari Park Hotel. The course is d…
RT @carolynemtgmai1: National Employment Authority (NEA), launching the Homework Management Curriculum focused on homecare,life skills,…
RT @nea_kenya: The Course requires that Migrant Domestic Workers who are recruited in one country for Domestic work in another receive a wr…
RT @nea_kenya: Launching of the Homecare Management Curriculum. @BaloziYatani @LabourSPKE @YouthFund_Ke @AjiraDigital @FKEKenya @nita_kenya
RT @ILO_EASTAFRICA: “Let’s work together to achieve genuine gender equality and women’s empowerment in the world of work. Decent work for w…
Have you been struggling to understand some of the latest court rulings and how the law interprets them? Well, if y… https://t.co/9ZUPOPl2ji