Australian diplomat lauds EFP role in women empowerment

“The efforts of Employers’ Federation of Pakistan (EFP) in promoting a collaborative approach between employers and workers leadership to maintain industrial peace is highly appreciative.”
This was stated by Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson in a meeting with Majyd Aziz, President EFP at the EFP office.
Ms Adamson added that she commends EFP for its focus on social programs, especially the exemplary role in developing women empowerment. She said that she was pleased with its advocacy of a modern employer landscape that envisages equal opportunity, equal pay, and flexible working conditions for women.
The Australian Diplomat assured that arrangements could be made with EFP to develop training programs to encourage more women participation in the economic progress of Pakistan. She also informed on various approaches and processes in Australia to better relationship between employers and workers.
Earlier, Majyd Aziz briefed her on the role of EFP and stated that under its umbrella, the UN Global Compact Network Pakistan, the Workers-Employers Bilateral Council of Pakistan, the Skill Development Councils, and various training programs are fully functional. —NNI

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