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  1. Policy for HIV/AIDS at the workplace

    The employer is concerned about HIV and AIDS situation and this policy in line with the main objectives of the health, safety and environment policy aims to ensure that employees have sufficient awareness of the causes, prevention and consequences of the disease in order to adequately protect themselves, their family members and others.

  2. Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in youth employment

    This publication aims to support governments, employers’, and workers’ organizations as well as other stakeholder in addressing HIV and AIDS among young people and combatting discrimination and stigmatization of young workers affected by the HIV epidemic. It includes guidelines and concrete examples that can be used by actors working on HIV and AIDS as well as youth employment initiatives.

  3. Employment policies for the young people infected with HIV/AIDS

    The purpose of this article is to analyse the topic of the young people infected with HIV/AIDS (the social group most affected by this virus both in Romania, and worldwide), stressing on the forms of including these people on the labour market. The first part of the article is a brief introduction into the matter of HIV/AIDS and it provides several statistics and estimates on the infection with HIV/AIDS worldwide and in Romania. …

  4. Code of good practice on key aspects of HIV/AIDS and employment. Department of Labour, Employment Equity Act, Act No. 55 of 1998

    The Code’s primary objective is to set out guidelines for employers and trade unions to implement so as to ensure individuals with HIV infection are not unfairly discriminated against in the workplace. This includes provisions regarding: creating a non-discriminatory work environment; dealing with HIV testing, confidentiality and disclosure; providing equitable employee benefits; dealing with dismissals; and managing grievance procedures.

  5. Lei nº 5/2002 de 5 de Fevereiro

    A presente Lei estabelece os princípios gerais visando garantir que todos os trabalhadores e candidatos a emprego não sejam discriminados nos locais de trabalho ou quando se candidatam a emprego, por serem suspeitos ou portadores do HIV/SIDA. A presente Lei aplica-se, sem qualquer discriminação, a todos os trabalhadores e candidatos a emprego, na Administração Pública e outros sectores públicos ou privados, incluindo os trabalhadores domésticos.

  6. Report on the identification of critical areas for capacity replenishment in the public service

    This report presents the outcome of the study on the identification of critical areas for capacity replenishment in the public service. This report outlines the background to the assignment, its objectives, key challenges facing the Public Service in the delivery of core services and the main findings, observations and recommendations as well as the way forward. The study covered five selected institutions, namely; Ministries of Agriculture, Irrigation, and Food Security Education, Science and Technology, Health and Population, Water Development and the Malawi Police Service. …

  7. Sistematización sobre el impacto y el abordaje del VIH/SIDA en el ámbito laboral en El Salvador

    Con el fin de profundizar la toma de conciencia, el diálogo y la acción, la OIT convocó el Seminario Tripartito Subregional de Información y Sensibilización sobre Políticas y Programas Laborales de Lucha contra el VIH/SIDA en Centroamérica, Haití, Panamá y República Dominicana, que tuvo lugar en San José de Costa Rica, en setiembre de 2005. …

  8. Informes diagnósticos sobre la discriminación y exclusión laboral por VIH/SIDA en Honduras

    Parámetros o indicadores más frecuentes de discriminación y exclusión laboral por VIH/SIDA que enfrentan los trabajadores en Honduras.

  9. HIV/AIDS: a threat to decent work, productivity and development: document for discussion at the Special High-level Meeting on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work, Geneva, 8 June 2000

    Much has been learned about the pandemic and how it should be addressed - and in particular that AIDS prevention and care are complex issues requiring a multi-sectoral approach. However, the full potential role of the world of work as a major venue for partnerships and interventions to prevent HIV/AIDS, protect workers and reduce its impact on business remains untapped. …

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