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Sectoral Studies on Decent Work in Global Supply Chains : Comparative analysis of good practices by multinational enterprises in promoting decent work in global supply chains.

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Subject: Food industry and trade.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9789221311171
  • ISBN: 9221311171
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (184 pages)
  • Publisher: Geneva : ILO, 2016.

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General Note: Appendices.
Formatted Contents Note: Cover; Copyright page; Foreword; Contents; Good Practices by Multinational Enterprises in Promoting Decent Work in Global Supply Chains: A Comparative Analysis of the Chemical, Tourism, Tea and Logistics Sectors; Study 1: Good Practices by Multinational Enterprises in the Promotion of Decent Work in the Chemical Global Supply Chain; Executive summary; Abbreviations and acronyms; 1. Introduction; 2. Implications for promoting decent workin the chemical global supply chain (GSC); 3. Good practices for promoting decent work in the chemical global supply chain; 4. Conclusions; Bibliography.
Study 2: Opportunities and Challenges in the Promotion of Decent Work in Hotel Global Supply ChainsExecutive summary; Abbreviations and acronyms; 1. Introduction; 2. The global travel and tourism industry; 3. The Hotel Industry Landscape; 4. A closer look at multinational hotel supply chains; 5. Good practices for promoting decentwork in multinational hotel chains; 6. Conclusions; Appendices; Bibliography; Study 3: Good Practices by Multinational Enterprises in the Promotion of Decent Work in the Global Tea Supply Chain; Executive summary; Abbreviations and acronyms; 1. Introduction.
2. Decent work in the global tea supplychain3. Good practices by MNEs in promoting decent work; 4. MNEs and their supply chains; 5. Assessing the effectiveness of CSR practices in the tea sector; 6. Conclusions; Bibliography; Study 4: Opportunities and Challenges for the Promotion of Decent Work by Multinational Enterprises: The Freight Transport and Logistics Industry; Executive summary; Abbreviations and acronyms; 1. Introduction; 2. Working in the transport and logistics industry; 3. Study design; 4. Good practices for promoting decent work; 5. Findings; 6. Conclusions; Bibliography.
Summary: In 2016, the ILO conducted studies of good practices by multinational enterprises (MNEs) for the promotion of decent work in four different sectors of the economy: chemicals, logistics, tourism and tea. This report comprises a comparative analysis of good practices by MNEs in the four sectors to help understand constituents' capacity-building needs and identify potential areas for future work.
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