به شبكه اطلاع‌رساني كارفرمايان ايران خوش آمديد!

به شبكه اطلاع‌رساني كارفرمايان ايران خوش آمديد!

مأموريت اصلي «شبكه اطلاع‌رساني كارفرمايان ايران (شاكا)‌، در جهت تحقق هدف‌ راهبردي «كانون عالي انجمن‌هاي صنفي كارفرمايي ايران»(كعاصكا)، فراهم‌سازي زيرساختارهاي الكترونيكي لازم براي تبادل اطلاعات و تجربه‌ها بين تمام تشكل‌هاي كارفرمايي ايران است تا بتوانند پيام متحد خود را به گوش شركاي اجتماعي خود و به گوش جامعه‌ي كل برسانند؛ پيامي كه يك خواسته را دنبال مي‌كند: توليد ارزش افزوده رقابتي در جهت ارتقاي رفاه و آزادي ملت ايران.

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Just released:“Tackling Youth Employment Challenges” - an introductory guide for Employers’ Organizations.

Thursday 24 March 2011

This guide is part of an ongoing effort of the Bureau for Employers’ Activities to strengthen the capacities of employers’ organizations in dealing with youth employment.

The guide seeks to meet to a demand by employers’ organizations for reference material in an area where they are often called upon to take action, and where they hesitate to do so, for lack of the specific skills needed to analyse the whole issue, or for lack of insight into success stories and good practice in other countries. The guide should be useful for:



Our publications travel around the world...

Thursday 24 March 2011

The Iranian Confederation of Employers’ Associations disseminates our publication on Communication for Employers’ Organizations to its members ...



First issue of the IOE.net for 2010

BI-MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF EMPLOYERS (IOE)

Saturday 9 January 2010
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 2010 marks the 90th anniversary of the IOE, a unique family of 148 national employer organisations from 141 countries from all over the world. If a single theme were to capture the role and achievements of the IOE across its 90-year history, it would be meeting (...)


International Organisation Of Employer press release

Death of Former IOE President Ashraf Tabani

Wednesday 5 August 2009
t is with deep sadness and regret that the IOE reports that Ashraf Tabani, President of the Employers’ Federation of Pakistan (EFP), former President of the IOE and, since 1990, titular employer member of the Governing Body of the ILO, passed away peacefully at his home in Karachi yesterday (...)


Dispatching the Iranian delegation of employers to the International Conference of Labor

Letter to Director of International Relations Department, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs

Picture: Director- General Juan Somavia and Mohammad Otaredian (right), ILC 2009
Monday 8 June 2009
H.E.Mr. Hossein Noori Director of Internatinoal Relations Department Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs,I.R. of Iran Subject: Dispatching the delegation of employers to the International Conference of Labor Dear Sir, First of all, I would like to thank you for your invitation letter (...)


The ILO’s 90th Anniversary

Monday 20 April 2009
Mr. Juan Somavia Director-General, International Labour Organization-ILO Geneva-Switzerland The ILO’s 90th Anniversary Dear Mr. Director-General, Please receive, hereby, the ICEA greetings on the 90th anniversary of the International Labor Organization. The 90th anniversary is (...)


ILO Governing Body concludes discussions on policy responses to globaleconomic and jobs crisis

Friday 3 April 2009 by ILO
GENEVA (ILO News) – The International Labour Office (ILO) Governing Body concluded its discussions on the financial and economic global crisis, recommending a series of measures aimed at mitigating its impact and shaping a sustainable recovery. In a report on the high-level tripartite (...)


ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles

86th Session, Geneva, June 1998
Wednesday 24 September 2008
Whereas the ILO was founded in the conviction that social justice is essential to universal and lasting peace; Whereas economic growth is essential but not sufficient to ensure equity, social progress and the eradication of poverty, confirming the need for the ILO to promote strong social (...)


Parliamentary Procedures at a Glance

Monday 8 September 2008

Parliamentary law is a system of maintaining order in organizations. It provides an approved and uniform method of conducting meetings in a fair, orderly, and expeditious manner.

Respect for law is a basic characteristic of democratic government. This respect is clearly shown by a willingness to practice an orderly method of procedure in organizations so as to follow the will of the majority, to protect the rights of the minority, and to protect the interests of those absent.

The use of parliamentary procedure in itself, however, does not insure that these ideals will be met. Everyone involved with an organization must also work to create an atmosphere of trust, mutual respect, and shared purpose.

Robert’s Rules of Order was written by General Henry M. Robert, a U.S. Army engineer, and published in 1876. His work is still regarded as the basic authority on the subject of parliamentary law. The most recent edition of the work, Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised (l970), is the accepted authority for almost all organizations today. This pamphlet, Fundamentals of Parliamentary Procedure, is based on that book.



Report of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (2008)

CEACR: Individual Observation concerning Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No. 111) Islamic Republic of Iran (ratification: 1964) Published: 2008 Description:(CEACR Individual Observation) Convention:C111 Country:(Iran) Document No. (ilolex): 062008IRN111


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