tripartism


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tripartism

(traɪˈpɑːtɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a division into three representative groups
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The policy also acknowledges the importance of wage determination through tripartism and commits to reviving the minimum-wage board.
The SSS is disregarding workers and violating laws on tripartism, that make consultation with workers and employers mandatory,' FFW President Jose Sonny G.
Dynamic tripartism that fosters upskilling and balances security and flexibility, laws and practices that safeguard fairness and efficiency in employment, and labour market institutions that protect the unemployed and provide gainful part-time employment, warrant more attention.
Accordingly, conditions of genuine Social Dialogue should prevail in the spirit of Tripartism and Collective Bargaining Agreements, said, adding: 'I therefore enjoin you all to collectively bargain in good faith, have mutual recognition for each other and always in a spirit of give and take.
The program adopted a tripartism principle, which involves the government, labor union, and the employers, the three main stakeholders in women's economic empowerment.
The ILO encourages this tripartism within its constituents - employers, workers and member States, by promoting a social dialogue between trade unions and employers in formulating, and where appropriate, implementing national policy on social, economic, and many other issues.
The promotion of voluntary compliance using developmental approach, he said, is a supplement to inculcate a culture of compliance with labor laws; ensure fair, expeditious, and non-litigious settlement of disputes; encourage the use of settlement in all labor cases; and strengthen tripartism among the employees, employers and the government.
5) There are three main components to Responsive Regulation that are most important for gambling regulators to consider: the Enforcement Pyramid, Tripartism, and the need for a strengths-based approach.
47) From this point on, communists used the word 'common' or 'comprehensive' instead of multilateral in relation to secondary education, to move away from any association with retaining tripartism inside the same school.
Following the adoption of an emergency motion adopted at Congress 2016, the TUC will be undertaking a range of political activities over the coming months aimed at getting the government to commit to tripartism and reverse the decision.
An effective social dialogue has been explained to include tripartism, tripartism "plus", bipartism and civil dialogue.
See Simon Deakin, "Addressing Labour Market Segmentation: The Role of Labour Law" (2013) International Labour Office, Governance and Tripartism Department Working Paper No 52.