In Macau, those responsible for ILS reporting make a report on matters that need follow up after reporting is completed.
In Macau, a report is prepared consolidating all matters that need to be followed up on after ILS reporting has been completed. The report is made by the official preparing reports, and is presented to the head of the Department. The idea is to clearly point out in one place all the matters that need follow up.
In Macau, all ministries are contacted in May each year in respect of ILS reporting.
In Macau, the Department responsible for ILS matters systematically contacts by letter, email and telephone all departments responsible for subjects on which ILS reports are due under Article 22 of the ILO Constitution.
In Macau, staffers are kept aware of new additions to the ILO’s website.
In Macau, the head of the ILS-responsible Department systematically lets staff know of new information placed on the ILO’s website (www.ilo.org). This has good results for strengthening knowledge of ILS developments within the ILO. It also makes it possible to keep up on training offerings that might be beneficial to ILS-responsible colleagues.
In Macau, training has been held on ILS for persons in the Labour Affairs Bureau who are not responsible for ILS matters.
In Macau, a benefit is seen from training staff who are not directly responsible for ILS matters on the ILO fundamental Conventions which are applicable in the Special Administrative Region.
In Macau, substitute staff is trained in anticipation maternity leave being taken.
In Macau, when a ILS-responsible person is going to be on maternity leave, staff charged with taking up her takes in substitution during the leave are trained. This is to make sure that the staff can properly do the work of the colleague on maternity leave.
In Macau, new staff is trained on ILS immediately
In Macau, when a new colleague comes into the team that has responsibilities for ILS, he or she is trained immediately on ILS reporting, especially reporting procedures and the Conventions which are binding on the Special Administrative Region.