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International Organisation Of Employers

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The international organisation of employers (IOE) is the principal and most representative employers' organization in the world. The official foundation of the IOE took place in London on 22 March 1920 under the name 'International Organisation of Industrial Employers' (IOIE). The IOE is organized corporately as an association under Swiss law with its seat in Geneva. Subsequent to the most substantial reform of the IOE statutes in June 1998, the organization has three main bodies such as the general council, the management board, and the secretary-general. The IOE derives its income from the subscriptions paid by its member organizations as well as from donations, legacies, and interests stemming from a reserve fund which has been established in the past. The IOE "promotes the interests of employers and their organizations at the international level through representation, information, and advice".

Keywords: general council; international organisation of employers (IOE) membership; management board; secretary-general; Swiss law



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