17 septembre 2018
CCIFV has the pleasure to invite you to:
Breakfast Talk "Decent work and corporate duty of vigilance"
Monday, September 17th
From 8:30 a.m to 10:30 a.m
at CCIFV (Landmark Building,15th floor, 5b Ton Duc Thang, D.1, HCMC )
Decent work and corporate duty of vigilance
While technologies are evolving rapidly and automation is spreading through many industries, human labor still remains an unrivalled asset for economic growth. History, culture, resources and projected future are among the numerous dimensions that make each country unique in the way it approaches labor and thus decent work. But our companies’ development spans over multiple geographies, attracted by new markets and sometime cheaper workforce. How do we deal with it currently? Efforts are made to prevent abusive work practices but new regulations and the civil society itself rightly ask for a better account of the risks associated with human rights at work.
This session aims to discuss decent work and how our organizations can prevent and/or remedy non-compliant situations, focusing particularly on the in Asia Pacific region. This talk is directed to corporate practitioners from various backgrounds interested in acquiring actionable knowledge when drafting or reforming their policies and practices towards human rights protection at work.
About the speaker
Human Resources Without Borders (“Ressources Humaines Sans Frontières” in French) is an international non-governmental organization that promotes decent work and protection of human rights at work. Leading strategic HR assessment and improvement projects across the globe since 2006, the NGO leverages especially on its ability to work closely with all stakeholders involved in the supply chain. The NGO’s sponsors include institutions, NGOs and private companies like Essilor, Petzl and Vigeo. It will be represented by Martine Combemale, Co-founder, Aziz Ahammout, Director of Operations and Magali Croese, South East Asia Representative Officer.
Price for non-members 100.000VND and Free of charge for members of the CCIFV.