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The provisions of this Recommendation apply to all branches of economic activity and all types of enterprise, irrespective of the form of ownership (i.e. private and public companies, cooperatives, partnerships, family enterprises, sole proprietorships and others). (...) III. Development of an enterprise culture 9. Members should adopt measures, drawn up in consultation with the most representative employers' and workers' organizations, to create and strengthen an enterprise culture which favours initiatives, enterprise creation, productivity, environmental consciousness, quality, good labour and industrial relations, and adequate social practices which are equitable. (...) Members should facilitate access of small and medium-sized enterprises to finance and credit under satisfactory conditions.
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Score: 580310.06 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...ds/relm/ilc/ilc86/repiv-2b.htm
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4. Enterprise Development Discussion guide about Enterprise Development 1. Does the national programming framework of your country explicitly promote enterprise development, such as micro, small and medium size enterprises, cooperatives and social enterprises, or larger enterprises, including multinationals? (...) Answer 7. Do enterprise development programmes exist that: a.      
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Score: 580162.45 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...scussionforum/wcms_559843.xlsx
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4. Enterprise Development Discussion guide about Enterprise Development 1. Does the national programming framework of your country explicitly promote enterprise development, such as micro, small and medium size enterprises, cooperatives and social enterprises, or larger enterprises, including multinationals? (...) Answer 7. Do enterprise development programmes exist that: a.      
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Score: 580162.45 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...scussionforum/wcms_559843.xlsx
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Impact on small-scale enterprises Enterprise sample characterised by women-owned and young enterprises  Women tend to own smaller enterprises compared to men. (...) Indications of high informal employment in registered enterprises  58 per cent of the surveyed enterprises were legally registered (46 per cent of home-based businesses and all medium-sized enterprises).  Only a minority of the enterprises in the sample provided Social Security (31 per cent) or health insurance (23 per cent) to their employees. While a few of the smallest enterprises in the sample offered such benefits, 93 per cent of the largest enterprises covered Social Security for their employees, and 63 per cent provided health insurance.  Only 14 per cent of all enterprises (but 30 per cent of all medium-sized enterprises) operated with written contracts for their employees.
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Score: 579841.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/briefingnote/wcms_747074.pdf
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Impact on small-scale enterprises Enterprise sample characterised by women-owned and young enterprises  Women tend to own smaller enterprises compared to men. (...) Indications of high informal employment in registered enterprises  58 per cent of the surveyed enterprises were legally registered (46 per cent of home-based businesses and all medium-sized enterprises).  Only a minority of the enterprises in the sample provided Social Security (31 per cent) or health insurance (23 per cent) to their employees. While a few of the smallest enterprises in the sample offered such benefits, 93 per cent of the largest enterprises covered Social Security for their employees, and 63 per cent provided health insurance.  Only 14 per cent of all enterprises (but 30 per cent of all medium-sized enterprises) operated with written contracts for their employees.
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Score: 579841.4 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/briefingnote/wcms_747074.pdf
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During the workshop, the enterprise need to send representatives from the management and workers side as well as ensure a fair gender participation. d. 2nd and 3rd follow-up enterprise visits After the classroom training, trainers provide on-site enterprise consulting to help enterprises take action and implement the Enterprise Improvement Plans. (...) Organize and conduct the first Training of Enterprises (ToE) (with 1 enterprise of 4 participants per trainer per training). Training of Enterprises includes the following activities: a. Baseline assessment through the first enterprise visit (half-day); b.
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Score: 579823.63 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_847765.pdf
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It also holds the enterprise accountable to apply Quality Control System. (...) Chapter 4 Enterprise's liability after receiving licence to use Quality Mark Article No. 14 The granted licence holds the enterprise accountable to preserve the related accredited metrology standards in both, the enterprise and goods. (...) B- Invalidation Article No. 17 The YSMO is entitled to invalidate an enterprise from using a licensed Quality Mark after 7 days from the date of issuing the decision conditioning that the enterprise is informed in a written form indicating reasons for invalidation.
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Score: 579667.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../yem_e/WTACCYEM21A1_LEG_10.pdf
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The ILO engages with enterprises across all of its strategic objectives, in all regions of the world, and works with enterprises of all sizes, from small and medium enterprises to the largest multinationals in order to facilitate two-way learning. (...) Enterprise and supply chain policies and practices Global business networks 5. (...) In the Arab States, engagement with enterprises is sometimes challenging, although targeting enterprises in certain key sectors has shown some potential.
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Score: 579621.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_545501.pdf
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The ILO engages with enterprises across all of its strategic objectives, in all regions of the world, and works with enterprises of all sizes, from small and medium enterprises to the largest multinationals in order to facilitate two-way learning. (...) Enterprise and supply chain policies and practices Global business networks 5. (...) In the Arab States, engagement with enterprises is sometimes challenging, although targeting enterprises in certain key sectors has shown some potential.
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Score: 579621.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_545501.pdf
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Article 2 "Enterprises with foreign investment" referred to in this Law mean Chinese-foreign equity joint ventures, Chinese-foreign contractual joint ventures and foreign-capital enterprises that are established in China. (...) Any foreign enterprise shall pay its income tax on its income derived from sources within China. (...) Article 13 The payment or receipt of charges or fees in business transactions between an enterprise with foreign investment or an establishment or a place set up in China by a foreign enterprise to engage in production or business operations, and its associated enterprises, shall be made in the same manner as the payment or receipt of charges or fees in business transactions between independent enterprises.
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Score: 579546.44 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/chn_e/WTACCCHN46_LEG_5.pdf
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