Over 25 Employer Organisation Representatives Met to Discuss Youth Employability and Skill Development at International Workshop in Aruba
Co-funded by the European Union, the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and the Aruba Trade and Industry Association (ATIA) hosted approximately 25 representatives of employer organisations across the Caribbean region in Aruba on November 14 – 15, 2019. The International Workshop entitled “Promoting Youth Employability & Skills Development in the Caribbean: The Role of Employers’ Organisations”, sought to ensure that IOE members in the Caribbean strengthen their corporation on youth employability and skills development.
Dr. Kamla Mungal, Director, Accreditation and Quality Enhancement Centre / Leadership Institute at the UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business represented the Business School at the Workshop. Dr. Mungal delivered a feature presentation at the International Workshop on “The Future of Work and its Impact on Employment and Skills in the Caribbean Region.”
The IOE is the largest network of the private sector in the world, with more than 150 business and employer organisation members. It is the sole representative of business in the International Labour Organisation (ILO), and across the UN, G20 and other emerging forums. The IOE is recognised for its unique expertise, advocacy and influence as a powerful and balanced voice for business at the international level.