Europe is facing major economic challenges: even if the situation differs greatly from one country to another, all European economies need to implement structural reforms, find new markets, deal with the ageing of the population and limit public debt …
Progress assessment two years after the launch of the national business agendas
First local installations of the CRM membership database in Swaziland and Botswana very enthusiastically welcomed
17 experts met for four days in Kingston to discuss, exchange and find ways in which their organizations can innovate and change in order to reach out to Caribbean women entrepreneurs ... in an effective way!
Employers Organizations from the CIS Region have to cope with a difficult business and regulatory environment.
The catalogue features all the courses, Academies and Masters scheduled for 2014.
An additional group of 8 Employers Organizations (EOs) in Africa, Europe and Asia are getting ready to fully use the new CRM membership database.
The rapid and steep increases of minimum wages in many South East Asia countries are substantially affecting the competitiveness and investment climate of the respective countries, creating negative employment effects.
The Employers Federation of Sir Lanka (EFC) is the next in the increasing number of Employers Federations which start with the implementation of the Customer Relations Management system for its membership management.
Au Maghreb (Tunisie, Algérie, Maroc), les femmes représentent entre 15 et 25% de la population active et entre 4 et 10% des chefs d’entreprises. Un long chemin reste donc à parcourir pour renforcer la part des femmes dans l’économie formelle de ces pays et permettre aux femmes d’exploiter tout leur potentiel.
Master Users of the ITCILO CRM software have already been trained in 24 EOs in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In July 2014, three new local installations have been performed in Ethiopia, Zambia and Namibia – bringing the number of EOs in which the software is in operational use to 18!
The Occupational Health and Safety training project in Bangladesh will contribute to set up important actions for the Ready Made Garment sector in Bangladesh.