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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Office, International Labor.
Fundamentals of labour administration.
Geneva : International Labour Office, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
International Labor Office
|Notes:||Migration for Employment Convention (Revised), 1949 (No. 97).|
|Description:||1 online resource (110 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Half title page; Title page; Copyright information; CONTENTS; Preface; List of figures; Figure 1 Summary of the key areas of labour administration, as set out in Recommendation No. 158; Figure 2 Structural chart showing organization of a typical ministry of labour, in simplified form; List of boxes; Box 1 European consolidation of anti-discriminatory legislation; Box 2 The National Economic Development and Labour Council in South Africa; Box 3 Collective bargaining in the public sector in South Africa. Box 4 The Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Services (ACAS) in the United KingdomBox 5 How does working time affect health?; Box 6 Collective agreement on part-time work in France; Box 7 Welfare funds for groups of workers in India; Box 8 Computerizing data for labour inspections; Box 9 The Hong Kong Interactive Employment Service (IES); Box 10 The roles and functions of departments at central level; Box 11 Field services; Box 12 Formalization of the unorganized sector in India; Box 13 The formalization of small and micro enterprises in Peru; List of abbreviations. 1 INTRODUCTION TO LABOURADMINISTRATIONWhat is labour administration?; Decent work, labour administration and the ILO; 2 THE INTERNATIONAL LEGALFRAMEWORK FOR LABOURADMINISTRATION; International labour standards and the background to Convention No. 150; The main elements of Convention No. 150; The main elements of Recommendation No. 158; General provisions; The system of labour administration; Adequate resources and suitably qualified staff; The organization of the system of labour administration; 3 LABOUR LEGISLATION; Introduction; The ILO and labour law reform. The importance of labour legislation for labouradministrationThe scope of labour legislation; Labour law and the informal economy; Security of employment; Employment equity and elimination of discrimination; Discrimination against workers with HIV/AIDS; Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining; Law enforcement and the rule of law; 4 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS; Introduction; Convention No. 150 and industrial relations; Industrial relations departments and their functions; Collective bargaining; Industrial relations departments and gender equality. Labour relations in the public sectorSettlement of labour disputes; Conciliation and mediation; Arbitration; Preventive mediation practices; Tripartism and social dialogue; Appropriate institutional and administrative support; 5 WORKING CONDITIONS; Subjects covered by international labour standards; Achieving decent working conditions; Selected international labour standards and working conditions; Hours of Work (Industry) Convention, 1919 (No. 1); Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29); Protection of Wages Convention, 1949 (No. 95).|