The construction industry in the twenty-first century: its image, employment prospects and skill requirements: report for discussion at the Tripartite Meeting on the Construction Industry in the Twenty-first Century: Its Image, Employment Prospects and Skill Requirements, Geneva, 2001

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Author: Wells, Jill

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International Labour Organisation. Sectoral Activities Programme (ILO)

Abstract:

The tripartite sectoral meetings comprising representatives of governments, employers and workers, are held to discuss current employment and labour issues of importance in the industry concerned and to provide guidance for action, at national and international levels, by employers’ and workers’ organisations, governments and the ILO itself. This report was prepared by ILO as a basis for discussions at the Tripartite Meeting on the Construction Industry in the Twenty-first Century: Its Image, Employment Prospects and Skill Requirements. The main theme of the report is changing employment...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Globalisation; Skills and knowledge; Industry; Labour market; Employment; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Skill development; Skill shortage; Labour demand; Labour contract; Industrial structure; Training

Published: Geneva, Switzerland: International Labour Office, 2001

Physical description: iv, 68 p.

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ISBN: 9221126226

Statement of responsibility: [written by Jill Wells]

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 71.543

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