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5/24/20151 “DECENT WORK “
5/24/20152 Components of Decent Work Employment Social protection Workers rights Social dialogue
5/24/20153 Indicators (employment) Adequate opportunities for work, remuneration, safety and health working conditions.
5/24/20154 Indicators- (social protection) Social security Income security (according to each society’s capacity and level of development)
5/24/20155 Indicators - ( Workers rights) Social relations of workers Freedom of association Non-discrimination at work Absence of forced labour Absence of child labour Social dialogue
5/24/20156 Remunerative employment Workers should benefit from remunerative employment, which is one element of “quality of work”
5/24/20157 Conditions of work Night work Hours of work Weekly rest and paid leave Occupational health and safety
5/24/20158 Social security Unemployment benefits Sickness benefits Maternity Disability Destitution Old age
5/24/20159 Participation at national level Trade unions, employers must participate in the formulation and implementation of social and economic policies bearing on work and livelihoods.
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