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The Programme Social Protection Floor – Enhancing employers involvement TRN, September 1 -4 , The Programme Social Protection Floor – Enhancing employers involvement TRN, September 1 -4 , 2015

Welcome Team : Valerie Schmitt, ILO Soc Pro HQ Christina Behrendt, ILO SP HQ Welcome Team : Valerie Schmitt, ILO Soc Pro HQ Christina Behrendt, ILO SP HQ Thibault Van Langenhoven, ILO Franziksa Gassman, U Maastricht Eric Oeschlin, ACTEMP, Cairo Paolo Salvai, ACTEMP TRN Arnout de Koster, ACTEMP TRN

Welcome In Turin At ITC ILO campus In ACTEMP Turin Welcome In Turin At ITC ILO campus In ACTEMP Turin

Who are we? ITC ILO TRAINING PROGRAMMES About 100 training staff International Labour Standards, Who are we? ITC ILO TRAINING PROGRAMMES About 100 training staff International Labour Standards, Rights At Work and Gender Equality Employment and Skills Development Social Protection Enterprise, Microfinance and local development Employers’ Activities Workers’ Activities Social Dialogue Sustainable development and governance

Our mission (Actemp) “Assist employers’ organizations around the world in becoming representative and effective Our mission (Actemp) “Assist employers’ organizations around the world in becoming representative and effective voices of business”

Objective To help EOs to better fulfill their role as: Ø advocates of business Objective To help EOs to better fulfill their role as: Ø advocates of business conducive policies Ø providers of services to their members Ø representative and effective development partners - especially in ILO areas of work

Network Ø ILO network – Technical departments such as Social protection Ø ACTEMP network Network Ø ILO network – Technical departments such as Social protection Ø ACTEMP network – Technical department for Employers Organizations in field and HQ Ø IOE – outside ILO : International Organization of Employers Ø National employers organizations in 150 countries Ø Network of donors varying from ILO, EU, national Eos

Our partners IOE ACT/EMP GVA ACT/EMP Field Specialists Our partners IOE ACT/EMP GVA ACT/EMP Field Specialists

Training Offer BLOCK 1 - STRENGTHENING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ MANAGEMENT CAPACITIES BLOCK 3 - ENHANCING Training Offer BLOCK 1 - STRENGTHENING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ MANAGEMENT CAPACITIES BLOCK 3 - ENHANCING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ POLICY INFLUENCE BLOCK 2 - IMPROVING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ SERVICE OFFER AND DELIVERY

BLOCK 3 ENHANCING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ POLICY INFLUENCE BLOCK 1 STRENGTHENING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ MANAGEMENT CAPACITIES BLOCK 3 ENHANCING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ POLICY INFLUENCE BLOCK 1 STRENGTHENING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ MANAGEMENT CAPACITIES BLOCK 2 – IMPROVING EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS’ SERVICE OFFER AND DELIVERY The Effective Employers’ Organisation Developing and providing effective Services to members (Youth) Employment policies Training Services Wage policies OSH Services Skills policies Export Promotion Services HIV/AIDS workplace policies Industrial Relations and HR Services Macroeconomics for social negotiators Strategic Planning Membership Management – CRM Resource mobilization and Project Design Lobbying and advocacy Communication policies and tools Social dialogue and negotiation skills Social Protection

Delivery • Tailor-made training programmes + modular approach + combination of faceto-face and distance Delivery • Tailor-made training programmes + modular approach + combination of faceto-face and distance learning • Focus on practice and cross-border knowledge sharing • Target audience = board and staff members of national, sector or regional EOs and company representatives

Some figures • - Annually: About 60 workshops- courses About 1200 participants worldwide About Some figures • - Annually: About 60 workshops- courses About 1200 participants worldwide About 30 different themes

This Social Protection course Enhancing employers involvement This Social Protection course Enhancing employers involvement

Four days programme Objective EXPLORE _ EXCHANGE EMPLOYERS PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL PROTECTION FLOOR VIA Four days programme Objective EXPLORE _ EXCHANGE EMPLOYERS PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL PROTECTION FLOOR VIA • Discussion and exchange • Some introductory tutoring • Exercises

Why workshop important ? - Importance of SOCIAL PROTECTION FLOOR for each of our Why workshop important ? - Importance of SOCIAL PROTECTION FLOOR for each of our countries and for private sector development Some countries moving fastly – others at first steps Many issues , challenges and opportunities

Why workshop important ? • • Employers are major partner: SP part of global Why workshop important ? • • Employers are major partner: SP part of global socio economic outlay SP can address major issues, such as social and economic development, if well designed. SP can have major cost incidence SP implies discussion on values

Why workshop important ? - Employers ready for this discussion ? ? • Technically Why workshop important ? - Employers ready for this discussion ? ? • Technically sometimes complicated : concepts may be confusing – financial / labour market implications important Politically: are we involved? •

The flow of the programme Major themes: - - Sketch – cartographie of SP: The flow of the programme Major themes: - - Sketch – cartographie of SP: clarify concepts – facts Update on ILO debates Policy views: EO perspective on SP.

The programme schedule Day 1 -4 2 morning – 2 afternoon sessions Lunch at The programme schedule Day 1 -4 2 morning – 2 afternoon sessions Lunch at 12. 30 End at 17. 00 Friday. conclusions

The programme in detail Day 1 Central themes: SP: what – why – ILO The programme in detail Day 1 Central themes: SP: what – why – ILO debates why special attention

The programme in detail Day 2 Central themes: SP: processes to install – extend The programme in detail Day 2 Central themes: SP: processes to install – extend SP: how to finance

The programme in detail Day 3 Central theme: SP: how to implement SP: what The programme in detail Day 3 Central theme: SP: how to implement SP: what can employers do ; how to get involved

The programme in detail Day 4 Central theme: Wrapping up from different persectives The programme in detail Day 4 Central theme: Wrapping up from different persectives

The programme in detail But, draft agenda is flexible You determine pace and subjects The programme in detail But, draft agenda is flexible You determine pace and subjects

The methods Mainly discussion and auto – learning Regularly short slides series for input The methods Mainly discussion and auto – learning Regularly short slides series for input or summary of discussions

The expected outcome Factual insight in theme SP Better view on EO strategies for The expected outcome Factual insight in theme SP Better view on EO strategies for SP Concrete ideas for EOs to act at national level to preserve balances and realism

House Rules Respect timing n Listen to each other n Freedom of speech n House Rules Respect timing n Listen to each other n Freedom of speech n Cut mobile phones n Be active n There are no stupid questions n Feel at home n

Presentation of participants Each presents the colleague next to him/ her. n Speak 5 Presentation of participants Each presents the colleague next to him/ her. n Speak 5 min. and introduce him/her: - His organization - Their role in Social protection - Something nice you have in common as interest, hobby … n

Practical information Practical information