A Guide to Worker Displacement
Some Tools for Reducing the Impact on Workers, Communities and EnterpriseseBook - 2009
This guide is an update to the 2001 Guide to worker displacement that was published as a response to the Asian financial crisis. The Guide, drawing on experience primarily in North America and during the transition process in Central and Eastern Europe, explores how enterprises, communities and workers can respond to the financial crisis and how to reduce potential job losses. This includes possible strategies for averting layoffs and promoting business retention by communities, enterprise managements and workers' association. The guide is primarily for use in industrialized and transition countries, and is aimed at policy makers, employers and workers in developing appropriate responses that promote worker retention and employment during the recession.
Publisher: Geneva : Skills and Employability Dept., International Labour Office, 2009
Edition: Second edition
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 77 pages