Management

Managing the resources needed for ILS reporting involves skills. This is a collection dealing with those skills and giving hints on what can be done to best manage the reporting process and the people most involved in making it happen.

All about managing ILS matters and reporting, in alphabetical order.

Accessing legal expertise

Ms. Celeste M. Valderrama, Director, International Labor Affairs Bureau, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines, describes how legal expertise is accessed on an “as-needed” basis (December, 2011).

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An example of arrangements for submission to the competent national authority

Ms. Delia S. Palomar, Chief Labor and Employment Officer, International Relations and Cooperation Division, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines, describes how submission to the competent national authorities of newly adopted ILS is effectuated (December, 2011).

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An example of the responsible authority’s organization

Ms. Celeste M. Valderrama, Director, International Labor Affairs Bureau, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines, describes the organization of the authority responsible for ILS and ILS reporting (December, 2011).

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Exclusive responsibility can help responsiveness

Ms. Dorine Monica Brooks, Director, International Labour Agencies and Information, ILO Desk Officer, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Jamaica describes how exclusive responsibility can help responsiveness.

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International context gives importance to ILS

Ms. Celeste M. Valderrama, Director, International Labor Affairs Bureau, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines, discusses the importance of ILS and ILS reporting for Philippines’ overseas workers (December, 2011).

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Make a consolidated report on matters for follow up

In Macau, those responsible for ILS reporting make a report on matters that need follow up after reporting is completed.

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Manage reporting in terms of steps

In Peru, the established procedure sees completion of reporting in terms of 4 steps.

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Promote training outside your scope of responsibility

In Panama, ILS-responsible management promote training in ILS for other officials.

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Recognize value of a management system

Ms. Celeste M. Valderrama, Director, International Labor Affairs Bureau, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines, discusses the importance of managing reporting processes (December, 2011).

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Single office for coordination

Ms. Gloria Beatriz Gaviria Ramos, Chief, Oficina de Cooperación y Relaciones Internacionales, Ministerio del Trabajo, Colombia describes the benefit of a single office responsible for coordination.

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The benefits of operational planning

Ms. Dorine Monica Brooks, Director, International Labour Agencies and Information, ILO Desk Officer, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Jamaica describes the benefit of operational planning.

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The value of institutionalized tripartite structure

Ms. Catherine Abayao, Labor and Employment Officer, International Relations and Cooperation Division, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines describes the benefit of established tripartite structures and high level support (December, 2011).

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Timely planning ILS meeting

In Zimbabwe, a simple, timely, planning meeting on ILS issues is held for relevant personnel.

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Working with challenges

Ms. Celeste M. Valderrama, Director, International Labor Affairs Bureau, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines, discusses how challenges are worked with and overcome (December, 2011).

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