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Most ILO field operations engage directly with enterprises in some capacity, although the extent of such engagement varies considerably between regions and countries. (...) In Central Africa, the level of direct engagement with enterprises is also low, and to date most engagement has been indirect via efforts to strengthen the technical and institutional capacity of employers’ organizations. (...) In South Asia, engagement with enterprises is generally increasing.
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Score: 432914.06 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_545501.pdf
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Services professionnels a) Services juridiques (CPC 861) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" b) Services comptables, d'audit et de tenue de livres (CPC 862) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" d) Services d'architecture (CPC 8671) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" e) Services d'ingénierie (CPC 8672) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" f) Services intégrés d'ingénierie (CPC 8673) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" g) Services d'aménagement urbain et d'architecture paysagère (CPC 8674) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" h) Service médicaux et dentaires (CPC 9312) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" i) Services vétérinaires (CPC 932) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" B. (...) Franchisage (CPC 8929) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 5. (...) Service hospitaliers (CPC 9311) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 9.
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Score: 432890.97 - https://www.wto.org/french/thewto_f/acc_f/wtaccton17a2_f.doc
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administrative circular No. 2021/07 Date: 28 April 2021 ENGAGEMENTS AND PARTNERSHIPS COMMITTEE (EPC) I. Introduction 1. (...) The Organization-wide Strategy on Partnerships, the Strategy for Private Sector Engagement 2021-2025, and FAO’s Strategy for Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations (collectively “the Strategies”) provide the framework for engagements with NSAs. (...) Before engaging with any NSA, the Project Support Service Division (PSS) conducts due diligence and risk assessments to preserve the Organization’s integrity, and, when applicable, submits its screening results to the Engagements and Partnerships Committee for decision.
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Score: 432790.23 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...rtnerships_Committee__EPC_.pdf
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Néant à partir du 1er janvier 2001. 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 3. (...) Services de courtage (CPC 621) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" B. (...) Autres 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 10.
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Score: 432774.4 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra...p_f/serv_f/telecom_f/sc130.doc
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Makaireh Jonga (Max) ICT Manager 1 - PURA, The Gambia, mxj@pura.gm The Importance of Engaging In-country Local Stakeholders Towards the Success of SG13-AFR – in The Gambia 3 Agenda; • Background • Need for Engagement • Low Stakeholder Engagement / Interaction • Gambian Stakeholder Community • Engagements in Gambia • Conclusions • Recommendations Abidjan, Ivory Coast. (...) March 2018 • SG13 RG-AFR – Select one in-country Champion for SG13 from representatives – Provide adequate administrative support and mentoring – This “champion” would be tasked with: • Identifying and engaging stakeholders in their country • Initiating and carrying out engagement activities / meetings etc. • Coordinating input and disseminating information in alocal repository. • Reporting back periodically to the Chairman RG-AFR and update at meetings. 11 Abidjan, Ivory Coast. (...) Need for Stakeholder Engagement Need for Stakeholder Engagement Main Gambian Stakeholders Engagements in Gambia Conclusion - Gambia Slide Number 11 Recommendations….contd… THE END
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Score: 432526.07 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ion/20180326/Documents/MAx.pdf
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Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged World 15% 67% 18% Global Levels of Engagement (2014-2016 aggregated) 4 Copyright © 2017 Gallup, Inc. (...) Japan Actively Disengaged 24% Engaged 6% Not Engaged 70% Engagement Ratio: 1:4 Japan Engagement Ratio: 4:1 The Bottom-Line Impact of Gender Diversity and Engagement Business units that are gender divers have better financial outcomes than those dominated by one gender, Gallup research show. (...) Retail: Average Comparable Revenue Hospitality: Average Quarterly Net Profit Units above the median on gender diversity (more diverse) 5.24% $16,296 Units below the median on gender diversity (less diverse) 4.58% $13,702 Units above the median on gender diversity and engagement (more diverse and more engaged) 5.76% $18,283 Units below the median on gender diversity and engagement (less diverse and less engaged) 3.95% $11,563 Ten Steps Toward an Exceptional Workplace Review your performance management systems.
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Score: 432167.6 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_558094.pdf
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Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged World 15% 67% 18% Global Levels of Engagement (2014-2016 aggregated) 4 Copyright © 2017 Gallup, Inc. (...) Japan Actively Disengaged 24% Engaged 6% Not Engaged 70% Engagement Ratio: 1:4 Japan Engagement Ratio: 4:1 The Bottom-Line Impact of Gender Diversity and Engagement Business units that are gender divers have better financial outcomes than those dominated by one gender, Gallup research show. (...) Retail: Average Comparable Revenue Hospitality: Average Quarterly Net Profit Units above the median on gender diversity (more diverse) 5.24% $16,296 Units below the median on gender diversity (less diverse) 4.58% $13,702 Units above the median on gender diversity and engagement (more diverse and more engaged) 5.76% $18,283 Units below the median on gender diversity and engagement (less diverse and less engaged) 3.95% $11,563 Ten Steps Toward an Exceptional Workplace Review your performance management systems.
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Score: 432167.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_558094.pdf
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., 1994) 1) Passive Engagement, i.e., people told what to do. 2) Informative Engagement, i.e., people simply answer questions. 3) Consultative Engagement, i.e., people consulted by external agents but decision-making power remains with agents. 4) Bought Engagement, i.e., people participate in return for incentives (e.g., cash, food). 5) Functional Engagement, i.e., people have a say but only after major decisions have already been made by external agents. 6) Interactive Engagement, i.e., people engage in joint analysis and take control over local decisions. 7) Pro-Active Self-mobilization, i.e., people take control and start action independent of external agents. Thus, the seven levels of engagement range from: Passive Engagement i.e., Coercion, Collusion (Goal-seeking), at one extreme, to Pro-Active Engagement i.e., Inspirational/Purposeful (Ideal-seeking) at the other. The importance of qualifying the type of engagement is obvious. Given the different shades of engagement, it cannot be expected that all forms of engagement will produce the same outcomes.
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Score: 432167.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/4165
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., 1994) 1) Passive Engagement, i.e., people told what to do. 2) Informative Engagement, i.e., people simply answer questions. 3) Consultative Engagement, i.e., people consulted by external agents but decision-making power remains with agents. 4) Bought Engagement, i.e., people participate in return for incentives (e.g., cash, food). 5) Functional Engagement, i.e., people have a say but only after major decisions have already been made by external agents. 6) Interactive Engagement, i.e., people engage in joint analysis and take control over local decisions. 7) Pro-Active Self-mobilization, i.e., people take control and start action independent of external agents. Thus, the seven levels of engagement range from: Passive Engagement i.e., Coercion, Collusion (Goal-seeking), at one extreme, to Pro-Active Engagement i.e., Inspirational/Purposeful (Ideal-seeking) at the other. The importance of qualifying the type of engagement is obvious. Given the different shades of engagement, it cannot be expected that all forms of engagement will produce the same outcomes.
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Score: 432167.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/4165
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., 1994) 1) Passive Engagement, i.e., people told what to do. 2) Informative Engagement, i.e., people simply answer questions. 3) Consultative Engagement, i.e., people consulted by external agents but decision-making power remains with agents. 4) Bought Engagement, i.e., people participate in return for incentives (e.g., cash, food). 5) Functional Engagement, i.e., people have a say but only after major decisions have already been made by external agents. 6) Interactive Engagement, i.e., people engage in joint analysis and take control over local decisions. 7) Pro-Active Self-mobilization, i.e., people take control and start action independent of external agents. Thus, the seven levels of engagement range from: Passive Engagement i.e., Coercion, Collusion (Goal-seeking), at one extreme, to Pro-Active Engagement i.e., Inspirational/Purposeful (Ideal-seeking) at the other. The importance of qualifying the type of engagement is obvious. Given the different shades of engagement, it cannot be expected that all forms of engagement will produce the same outcomes.
Language:English
Score: 432167.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/4165
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