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[IWS] ILO: RESPONDING TO WORKER DISPLACEMENT: A COLLECTION OF CASE STUDIES [26 September 2013]
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RESPONDING TO WORKER DISPLACEMENT: A COLLECTION OF CASE STUDIES [26 September 2013]
[full-text, 100 pages]
This publication is intended as a companion reader to an earlier publication
‘A Guide to worker displacement: Some tools for reducing the impact on workers, communities and enterprises’ (ILO; 2001, 2009)
The collection presents examples from Australia, China, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Each case study illustrates the principles for fair responses which have been set out in the Guide and collectively demonstrate the diversity of actions which have resulted from effective social dialogue and collaborative interaction in managing labour market adjustments under a variety of circumstances.
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