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October 2014

  1. Meeting document

    Report of the Director-General

    01 October 2014

    This report summarizes information that the Director-General wishes to communicate to the Governing Body concerning progress in international labour legislation and internal administration.

  2. Meeting document

    Follow-up to the Meeting of Experts on Labour Inspection and the Role of Private Compliance Initiatives (Geneva, 10–12 December 2013)

    01 October 2014

    The Governing Body is invited to take note of the outcome of the Meeting of Experts on Labour Inspection and the Role of Private Compliance Initiatives, which was held in accordance with the Governing Body’s 2011 action plan on labour administration and inspection, and to request the Director-General to bear the results in mind in the preparation of the Programme and Budget for 2016–17 (see the draft decision in paragraph 8).

  3. Meeting document

    Overview of ILO accommodation

    01 October 2014

September 2014

  1. Meeting document

    Privileges and immunities of the International Labour Organization: Identification document for Employer and Worker members of the Governing Body

    26 September 2014

    In response to a decision of the Governing Body at its 320th Session (October 2013), the present document sets out a detailed proposal for the issuance of an identification document for Employer and Worker members of the Governing Body.

  2. Meeting document

    Provisional programme

    26 September 2014

  3. Meeting document

    Matters relating to the Joint Inspection Unit (JIU): Reports of the JIU

    22 September 2014

    This document summarizes the JIU’s annual report for 2013, its programme of work for 2014 and six reports published in 2012 and 2013 on the following United Nations (UN) system-wide issues: staff recruitment; individual consultancies; enterprise resource planning systems; lump-sum payments in lieu of entitlements; staff-management relations; and long-term agreements in procurement. The Governing Body is invited to provide guidance on the information contained in this document and on any of the recommendations addressed to the ILO in those six JIU reports (see the proposed point for discussion in paragraph 24).

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