Decent work: objectives and strategies
International Institute for Labour Studies, International Labour Office, Jul 27, 2006 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
The volume is based on studies prepared by eminent academics: Dharam Ghai, Bob Hepple, Martin Godfrey, Ashwani Saith and Sarosh Kurvilla. They explain the dimensions of Decent Work with special reference to the four strategic objectives of the ILO, namely: rights at work, employment, social protection and social dialogue. The volume provides an introductory text to the concept, strategies and policies pertaining to Decent Work. They bring out the evolution and content of the concept and policies relating to key components of Decent Work and show their relevance and applicability to diverse institutional contexts and stages of development.
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