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employers' association

an association of employers whose principal purpose includes the regulation of relations between employers and workers or trade unions.
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The Prime Minister indicated that the main challenges of this transition involve "strengthening the confidence of all parties in state institutions and the fight against corruption which hinders economic and social development." Most importantly, he stated that "the promulgation of the law on transitional justice will accelerate the pace of settling the cases of businessmen banned from travel." In this regard, outgoing president of the employers' organization, Wided Bouchamaoui proposed to the government that the travel bans imposed on businessmen be replaced by other measures that do not paralyze the work of companies and this until the final settlement of this issue.
The interim committee, set up last Saturday, also decided to speed up examination of UTICA local chapters' situation and devote its next meeting to the renewal of different structures of the employers' organization, pending the next congress which date and place are yet to be fixed.
Majyd Aziz is also expected to sign MOUs between Employers Federation of Pakistan and other Employers' Organizations. During his absence, Zaki Ahmed Khan, Vice President EFP, will be the Acting President while Ismail Suttar will assist him as Acting Vice President.
The meeting with the Prime Minister today was organized at the request of the four employers' organizations and the two unions.
"After three years of ILO-supported deliberations, finally a deal was reached on this much-needed law amongst representatives of the government as well as workers' and employers' organizations, and ultimately the Council of Ministers."
Representatives of the Ministries of Education, Ministries of Labor, education unions and employers' organizations from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan held a meeting on May 28.
Summary: ALGIERS- All heads of employers' organizations have welcomed on Sunday the measures decided by the State to curb oil and sugar price hike, and called on the Government to seek, in consultation with socio-economic partners, long-term concrete solutions to the prevailing situation in the sector of trade.
The three Conferences will focus on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, plus what types of support the members of national employers' organizations require to respect human rights, and what efforts are required to achieve Sustainable Development Goals, especially the nexus between corruption and human rights.

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