Labour Administration from the perspective of Project ILO-IACML. Project: Principles and Rights at Work in the context of the XIII Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labour of OAS Leonardo Neves, Project CTA ILO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Project: Principles and Rights at Work in the context of the XIII Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labour of OAS
Leonardo Neves, Project CTA
ILO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean
First Working Group 2 Meeting of the XIII Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labour of OAS
Washington D.C., 13 and 14 May 2004
The Importance of Labour Administration:
Project Activities in this Area:
Labour Administration Diagnosis:
The various stages of a labour administration diagnosis:
1. Preliminary examination of the basic data provided in the request
2. Official request
3. Terms of reference
4. Compilation of data
5. Field work (interviews; intermediate presentations)
6. Analysis and formulation of working hypotheses
8. Diagnosis report and formulation of recommendations
9. Report follow-up.
Labour administration functions analyzed:
1. Work and Labour Relations
3. Relations with social partners
4. Generation of information, and analysis capacity
5. Human and material resources
7. Coordination between units and programmes
Elements of analysis for future action planning:
Best practices – strong points and most effective services.
Requirements– need to improve weak points, ineffective or inefficient services and make up for deficiencies.
Ability to qualify for technical cooperation – institutional capacity to design change and translate it into short, medium and long term plans with total or partial external assistance.
Ability to implement and sustain the results of technical cooperation – institutional capacity and political commitment (by governments and social partners alike) to carry out reform plans, establish the appropriate legal framework and provide adequate means and resources
The present state of progress of labour administration diagnoses:
Action Plan Matrix
Needs detected through the diagnosis
Recommendations made on the basis of the diagnosis
Developed by the country’s Labour Administration using its own means
Requiring horizontal cooperation, technical assistance or international cooperation
We submit that: