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Visit of Secretary General of the IOE at the Employers of Poland


On 28th February on the invitation of President of Employers of Poland, Mr. Andrzej Malinowski, arrived to Warsaw the Secretary General of the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) Mr. Antonio Peñalosa.


The visit of Mr. Peñalosa, constituted the occasion to exchange experience and the development of a common policy towards risks associated with the globalization, the current economic crisis and the situation on the labor market. On March 1st Mr. Antonio Peñalosa gave an interview for the journalists of Gazeta Wyborcza and Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.


The Secretary General participated in a meeting with President of Employers of Poland, Mr. Andrzej Malinowski and the Presidium of Employers of Poland. The meeting was concluded by a lunch given on the occasion of Mr. Pañalosa’s visit at the headquarters of the Employers of Poland with the participation of Ministers: Mrs. Jolanta Fedak, Minister of Labor and Social Policy, Mr. Rafał Baniak, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Economy and the members of the Employers of Poland’s Presidium: Mr. Janusz Pietkiewicz, Mr. Andrzej Jacaszek and Mr. Piotr Maciej Kamiński.

International Organisation of Employers (IOE) was established in 1920 and currently brings together 148 members from 141 countries. IOE is recognized as the only entity to act on behalf of employers at the international level, addressing the issues of employment and social affairs. Mr Antonio Peñalosa has been Secretary General of the IOE since 1999 and his mission is to coordinate political positions of member organizations, maintain relations and develop substantive cooperation with other public organizations concerned with the issue of labor market and the freedom of economic activity.