3 edition of Employment policy found in the catalog.
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Moreover, in view of the difficulties encountered by certain underprivileged groups in finding employment, the Recommendation calls on States to adopt measures to respond to the needs of all categories of persons frequently having difficulties in finding lasting employment, such as women, young workers, persons with disabilities, older workers, the long-term unemployed and migrant workers lawfully within their territory.
Guide to international labour standards and rights at work concerning young people 2017 — [ ]• As a response to the requirement set out in the Declaration for an integrated approach to help member States meet ILO objectives, it was decided that a recurrent report would be prepared by the Office for discussion at the International Labour Conference.
These include such economic strategies as promoting trade and investment for productive employment and market access for developing countries, sustainable development for sustainable livelihoods, and policy integration in macroeconomic policy. Rights at work in times of crisis: Trends at the country level in terms of compliance with international labour standards 2011 — [ ]• Guide on employment policy and Employment policy labour standards 2014 — [ ]• Other core elements include strategies supported by international labour standards, such as the promotion of cooperatives and small and medium-sized enterprises, training and education, social protection and occupational safety and health, as well as equality and collective bargaining.
Every country, whether developing, developed or in transition, needs to devise its own policies to achieve full employment. Guide for the formulation of national employment policies 2012 — [ ]• ILO standards on employment policy provide a framework for designing and implementing such policies, thereby ensuring maximum access to the jobs needed to provide decent Employment policy.
-  This governance Convention requires ratifying States to declare and pursue an active policy designed to promote full, productive and freely chosen employment.
Note 1 The follow-up action to the includes a scheme of recurrent discussions at the International Labour Conference.
ILO standards on employment policy provide a framework for designing and implementing such policies, thereby ensuring maximum access to the jobs needed to provide decent work.