Latest news

22

Sep

Access to Remedy in the Context of Business & Human Rights - the IOE Perspective

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22

Sep

Making formal Work more attractive - IOE sets out Recommendations to EU Governments

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18

Sep

"Better Governance lies at the Heart of any Progress on Human Rights in Africa," says IOE Board Member Jacqueline Mugo

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16

Sep

Monitoring and reporting actions to deliver post-2015 Development Agenda require results-oriented, practical approach, says IOE

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16

Sep

IOE focuses on Employment and Employability at G20Y Summit in Montreux

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16

Sep

IOE responds to Council of Europe draft Recommendation on Business & Human Rights

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10

Sep

IOE and BIAC urge G20 Governments to act in Support of Private Sector-led Growth and Job Creation

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9

Sep

Latest IOE Fact Sheet on Occupational Safety & Health and Demographics out Now!

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9

Sep

G20 Governments must bring about Structural Reform for Labour Market Flexibility, IOE President tells B20 Roundtable in Melbourne

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Welcome to the International Organisation of Employers

The International Organisation of Employers (IOE) is the  largest network of the private sector in the world, with a membership of 150 business and employer federations in 143 countries.  In social and labour policy debate taking place in the International Labour Organization, across the UN and multilateral system, and in the G20 and other emerging processes, the IOE is the recognized voice of business.

The IOE seeks to influence the environment for doing business, including by advocating for regulatory frameworks at the international level that favour entrepreneurship, private sector development, and sustainable job creation.

The IOE supports national business organisations in guiding corporate members in matters of international labour standards, business and human rights, CSR, occupational health and safety, and international industrial relations.