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Workplace violence in services sectors and measures to combat this phenomenon This code focuses on the prevention of workplace violence and its direct adverse consequences. (...) This code should be used to: develop practical responses at the workplace, enterprise, organization, sectoral, national, regional and international levels; promote processes of dialogue, consultation, negotiation and all forms of cooperation among governments, employers, workers and their representatives, as well as other concerned stakeholders as appropriate; give guidance in developing national laws, policies and programmes of action; in workplace, enterprise, organization and sectoral agreements; and in workplace policies and plans of action. There are some consequences of workplace violence, which may include stress, although stress is a concept which, for some, is not clearly definable.
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Score: 829612.2 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_107705/lang--it/index.htm
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This helped improve the safety of women market vendors who experience multiple forms of violence, including sexual violence. WORKPLACE GUIDANCE AND POLICIES • The Vietnam Code of Conduct on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace is a guide for preventing and addressing sexual harassment. It includes a model workplace policy drawn up by the Ministry of Labour, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour, with the support of the ILO. • In Canada, the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act requires that employers draw up a policy on workplace domestic violence and inform employees of the policy, which has to be reviewed each year. (...) Independent research has shown the training, along with the introduction of workplace policies and complaints procedures, helped to significantly reduce workers’ concerns about sexual harassment in the workplace.
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Score: 829534.3 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...-addressing-VAW-at-work-en.pdf
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A comprehensive survey of staff satisfaction with current space arrangements and attitudes towards flexible working, space and concepts was conducted and found that overall staff are ready for changes in the physical workplace, but that there are different levels of understanding of flexible workplace strategies. (...) The report before the General Assembly describes the flexible workplace pilot on the 18th and 19 th floors of the Secretariat Building. The substantial positive feedback from participating staff, including some constructive criticisms about areas for improvement, clearly demonstrates that flexible workplace can succeed and deliver tangible benefits in terms of staff morale and satisfaction with the physical workplace at the Secretariat.
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Score: 829215.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth..._PB2014-15_SCR_FW_ASG_OCSS.pdf
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13 October 2005 Implementation of flexible workplace strategies at United Nations Headquarters Statement by Mr. (...) Chairman, I am pleased to introduce to the Committee today the Secretary-General’s fourth annual progress report on the implementation of flexible workplace strategies at United Nations Headquarters (A/74/345). (...) As of today, nineteen floors of the Secretariat Building have been reconfigured to flexible workplace with an added capacity of 1,106. Currently there are approximately 2,200 staff working in a flexible workplace environment.
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Score: 827977.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...onstr_Constr_FW_Dir_DA_DOS.pdf
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Networking grassroots initiatives to improve safety and health Experiences of Cambodia Cambodia has been progressively extending practical safety and health protection into informal economy workplaces such as home workplaces, or small construction sites. (...) The trained PCUs have selected their target workplaces which need immediate technical assistance. (...) Important is to increase our efforts to reach more informal economy workplaces and apply the participatory training methods that can support day-to-day improvement efforts in informal economy workplaces.
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Score: 827456.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_110307.pdf
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Greener Business Asia Building capacity to achieve greener workplaces and sustainable enterprises through worker-employer cooperation. (...) This include gains in resource productivity and general environmental management, better workplace conditions, including Occupational Safety and Health, and overall competitiveness. (...) Further information Instructional materials Greener Business, Better Workplace: Toolkit for hotels [pdf 1274KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 1 [pdf 2099KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 2 [pdf 2267KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 3 [pdf 1753KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 4 [pdf 1722KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 5 [pdf 1548KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 6 [pdf 261KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 7 [pdf 287KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Trainer’s Handbook Changing Enterprises in a Changing World: Continual Improvement and Workplace Cooperation for Sustainability (Draft) [pdf 2423KB] Presentation Greener Business Asia Project – Presentation [pdf 1145KB] Tags: decent work, green jobs, promotion of employment, environment, partnerships Regions and countries covered: Philippines, Thailand Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Key resources Promoting worker-employer cooperation while greening Thai hotels (Japanese subtitle) Promoting worker-employer cooperation while greening Thai hotels Project updates and highlights – Thailand [pdf 237KB] Project updates and highlights – Philippines [pdf 229KB] See also Project Green Jobs in Asia - Philippines Video GBA pilot project in Philippines Publications Development of green information services for members of the Employers' Confederation of the Philippines [pdf 48628KB] Greener business Asia (GBA): Final project fact sheet [pdf 284KB] Greener business Asia: Fact sheet [pdf 941KB] Project fact sheet [pdf 175KB] Events Supporting sustainable workplaces and green jobs: Workshop for trade union representatives Campaigning for social justice in addressing environmental challenges Training of Trainers: Greener Business Better Workplace - Hotels Pathways to greener and inclusive economies: The role of sustainable enterprises Green Jobs, Greener Business Plus Training Greener Business Asia hotels – Phuket project’s closing ceremony & experience - sharing event Enterprise Program – Pilot Training in the Automotive Sector (Philippines) Enterprise Program – Pilot Training in the Hotel Sector (Thailand) Green Jobs, Greener Business Training for Constituents and Partners – Thailand Green Jobs Training and Greener Business Forum - Philippines © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 826814.55 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/proje...WCMS_152342/lang--en/index.htm
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Greener Business Asia Building capacity to achieve greener workplaces and sustainable enterprises through worker-employer cooperation. (...) This include gains in resource productivity and general environmental management, better workplace conditions, including Occupational Safety and Health, and overall competitiveness. (...) Further information Instructional materials Greener Business, Better Workplace: Toolkit for hotels [pdf 1274KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 1 [pdf 2099KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 2 [pdf 2267KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 3 [pdf 1753KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 4 [pdf 1722KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 5 [pdf 1548KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 6 [pdf 261KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Training Module 7 [pdf 287KB] Greener Business, Better Workplace: Trainer’s Handbook Changing Enterprises in a Changing World: Continual Improvement and Workplace Cooperation for Sustainability (Draft) [pdf 2423KB] Presentation Greener Business Asia Project – Presentation [pdf 1145KB] Tags: decent work, green jobs, promotion of employment, environment, partnerships Regions and countries covered: Philippines, Thailand Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Key resources Promoting worker-employer cooperation while greening Thai hotels (Japanese subtitle) Promoting worker-employer cooperation while greening Thai hotels Project updates and highlights – Thailand [pdf 237KB] Project updates and highlights – Philippines [pdf 229KB] See also Project Green Jobs in Asia - Philippines Video GBA pilot project in Philippines Publications Development of green information services for members of the Employers' Confederation of the Philippines [pdf 48628KB] Greener business Asia (GBA): Final project fact sheet [pdf 284KB] Greener business Asia: Fact sheet [pdf 941KB] Project fact sheet [pdf 175KB] Events Supporting sustainable workplaces and green jobs: Workshop for trade union representatives Campaigning for social justice in addressing environmental challenges Training of Trainers: Greener Business Better Workplace - Hotels Pathways to greener and inclusive economies: The role of sustainable enterprises Green Jobs, Greener Business Plus Training Greener Business Asia hotels – Phuket project’s closing ceremony & experience - sharing event Enterprise Program – Pilot Training in the Automotive Sector (Philippines) Enterprise Program – Pilot Training in the Hotel Sector (Thailand) Green Jobs, Greener Business Training for Constituents and Partners – Thailand Green Jobs Training and Greener Business Forum - Philippines © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 826814.55 - www.ilo.org/asia/projec...WCMS_152342/lang--en/index.htm
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Video essay Breastfeeding experts urge workplace support for mothers 21 May 2019 Home Stories Breastfeeding experts urge workplace support for mothers UNICEF South Africa/2019/Mojapelo The editorial roundtable panelists pose with baby shaped informative boards. (...) Ms Ann Behr of the Department of Health spoke about the benefits of breastfeeding as well as the workplace toolkit which is a guideline for organisations. (...) The panelists discussed what workplace breastfeeding entails. It also included a discussion on how the workplace can be made conducive for breastfeeding, and the steps employers and colleagues can take to encourage breastfeeding.
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Score: 826608 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...urge-workplace-support-mothers
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WSH 2018 A national strategy for workplace safety and health in Singapore The tripartite partners and key stakeholders in workplace safety and health acknowledge their role in the enhancement and implementation of Workplace Safety and Health 2018: A National Strategy for Workplace Safety and Health in Singapore (WSH 2018). (...) Yet, fatalities and injuries continue to happen at workplaces and more can be done to protect our workers. (...) The Minister for Manpower also set a target to halve the number of workplace fatalities to 2.5 per 100,000 workers by 2015.
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Score: 826482.7 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_250321/lang--en/index.htm
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Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn | UNSSC | United Nations System Staff College Skip to main content toggle menu UN System Staff College Main Menu UNSSC Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Home > Courses > Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn “Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn" is a unique self-paced learning path developed by the UN Workplace Mental Health and Well-Being Strategy Team in close cooperation with the UN System Staff College. (...) Course Methodology Course Methodology:  "Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn" is a structured learning path. (...) Course Contents Course Contents:  "Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn" is hosted on the  UNSSC Blue Line platform .
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Score: 826338.1 - https://www.unssc.org/node/238849/
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