|Statement||report of the Director-General.|
|Contributions||International Labour Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 80p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
But good work as such, is seldom mentioned here, and vaguely if at all. This is not the first time I have encountered ethic books taking lightly on ethics. Inaccurate definitons and cosy discussions about work is ok, but the title promises something much, much more. Read by: The volume is based on studies prepared by eminent academics Dharam Ghai, Bob Hepple, Martin Godfrey, Ashwani Saith, and Sarosh Kuruvilla. They explain the dimensions of Decent Work with special Author: Dharam Ghai. Decent Work Cdr Edition ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both Format: Multimedia CD. Decent work is applied to both the formal and informal sector. It must address all kind of jobs, people and families. Decent work is a multidimensional concept because it touches the humane grounds. It is implicit in the meaning of the job or income is good, meet one's expectation and those of one's community and at the same time, it is not.
Value Chain Development for Decent Work Foreword This second edition of the Value Chain Development for Decent Work guide has been re-written with an emphasis on moving from analysis to action. This version includes expanded guidance on design and implementation of value chain development inter-ventions with an emphasis on jobs and job quality. Rio+20 in was attended by more than Heads of State and Government and over ministers. The Rio+20 outcome document sets out a vision of sustainable development with social inclusion. It firmly establishes the pivotal role of decent . A value-centered approach to decent work 1. Koorosh Massoudi, Marc Abessolo, Kokou Amenyona Atitsogbe, Eloïse Banet, Grégoire book, . Full and Productive Employment and Decent Work – Dialogues at the Economic and Social Council iii DESA The Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations File Size: 1MB.
6th Regulating for Decent Work Conference Work and well-being in the 21st century The world of work is undergoing major transformations as a result of new business models supported by technological change, shifts in the global economy, demographics and other factors that will continue, and potentially intensify, in the future. However, these require a clear understanding of the opportunities and challenges, as well as country-specific policies that integrate environmental, social, . Transitioning to Decent Work and Economic Growth explores therefore the prospects for SDG 8 in the Global South as well as the Global North. It especially considers the positive role the private sector plays as an enabler of human rights, creator of decent work and motor for inclusive growth in different contexts. This book introduces readers to the concept and theories of decent work and provides a framework for measuring it at the micro, meso and macro level in a given country. Further, it addresses the importance of measuring decent work in today’s world and in connection with the different challenges.