Tripartite Social Dialogue to Build Trust and Collaboration Among Government, Business and Labour


 
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Tripartite Social Dialogue to Build Trust and Collaboration Among Government, Business and Labour
George, Manager, South Africa, Member
National tripartite social dialogue brings together government, workers and employers to discuss public policies, laws and other decision-making that affects these social partners. Tripartite consultations can ensure greater cooperation among the tripartite partners and build consensus on relevant national policies. Social dialogue is a key instrument in promoting and achieving decent work, inclusive development and social cohesion, and it encourages good governance....Sign up
 

 
Tripartite Social Dialogue: the Dutch Polder Model
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
The Dutch "Polder model" (or "Poldermodel" as it is written in the Dutch language) is a term used since the 1980s to describe the acclaimed Dutch vers...Sign up
 

 
Scale of Entity Under Discussion
Hume-Cook, CxO / Board, New Zealand, Member
Kia Ora and Hello Jaap & George,
I'm interested in the effect of scale on the tripartite discussions/poldermodel? In an entity/organisation which...Sign up
 

 















 


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