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특별세션 주최기관 날짜 시간 회의장 비고
1 Social Asia Forum 2018 Social Asia Forum 7월 25일(수) ~ 7월 26일(목) 10:00~17:00 202호 초청자에 한함
2 Deans Forum on Changes in Our Field and in Our Schools and Programs
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준비위원회
7월 23일(월) 16:00~17:30 308A호
3 노동전문가의 노동시장에서의 역할과 발전방안 (한일노무사포럼)
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한국공인노무사회 7월 23일(월) 13:00~17:30 300호
4 "지속가능사회와 최저임금" 한국노총 국제포럼
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한국노동조합총연맹 7월 23일(월) 14:00~15:30 209AB호
5 저널에디터 포럼
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ILERA 2018 준비위원회 7월 23일(월) 14:00~15:30 301AB호
6 대학원생을 위한 특별세션
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ILERA 2018 준비위원회 7월 23일(월) 16:00~17:30 318A호
7 대륙별 포럼 ILERA 2018 준비위원회 7월 23일(월) 14:00~17:30 317A호
317B호
8 경영포럼
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한국경영자총협회 7월 23일(월) 14:00~17:30 205AB호
9 한국 고용노사관계의 역사적 전개와 현황 및 전망
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ILERA 2018 준비위원회
한국고용노사관계학회
7월 23일(월) 16:00~17:30 307A호
10 글로벌 공급망내 인권보호와 CSR; 한국기업을 중심으로
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노사발전재단 7월 23일(월) 14:00~17:30 203호
11 Wisconsin School Session
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Wisconsin School 7월 24일(화) 16:00~17:30 308A호
12 성공적인 노동시간 단축을 위한 노조의 대응
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한국노동사회연구소
전국민주노동조합총연맹
7월 23일(월) 16:00~17:30 209AB호
13 포스트 신자유주의 시대 사회적 협의의 미래 : 네덜란드, 이탈리아, 한국 비교
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경제사회노동위원회 7월 23일(월) 14:00~17:30 307BC호
14 기업의 평생학습 표준화
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뉴 패러다임 인스티튜트 7월 23일(월) 16:00~18:00 308BC호
15 기업과 노동조합의 사회적 책임과 그 미래
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후원기업 노·사 7월 23일(월) 16:00~17:30 301AB호
16 [KLI 특별세션] 일의 미래: 사회보장제도와 노동시장규범에 대한 도전
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한국노동연구원 7월 23일(월) 14:00~17:30 202호
17 지속 가능한 사회를 위한 직업능력개발: 한국의 경험과 방향
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한국직업능력개발원 7월 23일(월) 14:00~17:30 201호
18 한국 노동위원회의 현재와 미래
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중앙노동위원회 7월 23일(월) 16:00~18:00 318BC호

Deans Forum on Changes in Our Field and in Our Schools and Programs

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Session Title Deans Forum on Changes in Our Field and in Our Schools and Programs
Organizer ILERA 2018
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~17:30 / 308A
Program TBA
Description The deans forum will continue the interactions among deans, directors and chairs that have taken place at several previous ILERA World congresses and at conferences held at Renmin University in recent years. The specific agenda of the workshops will be determined by the participants themselves but it is expected that the following issues would be discussed, among others:
1. Innovations in pedagogy: what innovations are being introduced in various programs around the world? How has the use of distance learning technology affected campus and off-campus educational offerings and degree programs?
2. IR/HR program structure: How has the relationship between IR and HR programs and the business schools at the respective institutions evolved? What strategies have been effective at promoting IR and HR programs in light of ongoing reorganizations occurring at universities and colleges?
3. Curriculum innovation: how best to introduce innovations within the curricula of university programs? How best to keep programs relevant to the needs of organizations, society and the nation?

Role and Development of Labor Specialists in the Labor Market (Korea & Japan Labor Attorney Forum)

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Session Title Role and Development of Labor Specialists in the Labor Market (Korea & Japan Labor Attorney Forum)
Organizer Korea Certified Public Labor Attorneys Association
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 13:00~17:30 / 300 (Conference Room South)
Program Opening
Ceremony
Congratulatory
Remark 1
Young Gi Park Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
Congratulatory
Remark 2
TBA
Session 1. Chair Hyun Kook Park Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
Speakers Won Hee Lee Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
As a legal expert/labor relation expert, the role and task of Korea Certified Public Labor
Panelists Hyo Sin Kim Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
TBA Japan Federation of Labor and Social Security Attorney's Associations
TBA Ministry of Employment and Labor
Session 2. Chair Hyun Kook Park Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
Speakers TBA Japan Federation of Labor and Social Security Attorney's Associations
Role and function of Japan Labor and Social Security Attorney in the labor market
Panelists Sung Hee Jang Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
TBA Japan Federation of Labor and Social Security Attorney's Associations
TBA Ministry of Employment and Labor
Session 3. Chair Hyun Kook Park Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
Speakers TBA Japan Federation of Labor and Social Security Attorney's Associations
Soo Gyung Hong Korea Certified Public Labor Attorney Association (KCPLAA)
Development plan of Korea and Japan the labor expert system and the role of labor expert in the future labor market
Panelists TBA Japan Federation of Labor and Social Security Attorney's Associations
TBA Ministry of Employment and Labor
Description The purpose of the special session is for Korea and Japan, which operate the labor specialist qualification system, to promote the development of the qualification system and to let other countries consider the introduction of labor professional qualifications, by sharing the characteristics and roles of the labor-management system of two countries and by presenting which role a labor specialist plays in the labor market and relations.

FKTU International Forum on Minimum Wage

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Session Title FKTU International Forum on Minimum Wage
Organizer Federation of Korean Trade Unions
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~15:30 / 209AB (Conference Room North)
Program Chair Mr. Youngchul Chang Professor, Kyunghee University
Speakers Mr. Anil Verma Professor, University of Toronto, Canada
Minimum wage system in Canada and the United States
Mr. Thomas Haipeter Senior Researcher, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Minimum wage system for European countries including Germany
Mr. Moonju Chung Head, Policy Bureau, Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU)
Minimum wage system in Korea
Panelists Mr. Yoosun Kim Head Director, Korea Labour and Society Institute
Mr. Sangho Lee Policy Advisor, The Minjoo Party
Description The forum, hosted by the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, aims to discuss the role and tasks of minimum wages for sustainable social development by comparing trends and issues in the minimum wage policies in North America, Europe and Korea.

Journal Editor Forum

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Session Title Journal Editor Forum
Organizer ILERA 2018
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~15:30 / 301AB (Conference Room South)
Program Chair Soo-Bong Uh Korea University of Technology and Education
Speakers Marian Baird Joint Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Industrial Relations
Brandon Ellem Joint Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Industrial Relations
Anthony Morven Gould Editor, Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations
Young-Myon Lee Editor, Korean Journal of Industrial Relations
Dong-Bae Kim Editor, Korean Journal of Industrial Relations
Description The Journal Editor Forum is a session where incumbent editors from major labor-management relations journals gather to discuss the research flow, including topics and methodologies published in the journals to which they belong. There will also be presentations on how to write good papers and how to write and publish good English-language papers for students and researchers from non-English speaking countries.

Special Session for Graduate Students

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Session Title Special Session for Graduate Students
Organizer ILERA 2018
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~17:30 / 318A (Conference Room South)
Program Chair Sang-Min Lee Professor, Hanyang University
Speakers Thomas Haipeter Senior Researcher, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Hyunji Kwon Associate Professor, Seoul National University
Sarosh Kuruvilla Professor, Cornell University, United States
Anil Verma Professor, University of Toronto, Canada
Description This special session is designed to help graduate students' careers. Four distinguished scholars from around the world participated in this session as speakers. They will introduce to graduate students why they decided to become a researcher, and how they became professors. They will talk about their successes and difficulties as a researcher. And they also explain what research topics they are dealing with and how they become interested in them.

Management Forum

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Session Title Management Forum
Organizer Korea Employers Federation
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~17:30 / 205AB (Conference Room North)
Program Session 1. Job creation and the role of business Chair Dr. Nam Sung-Il Professor of Sogang University
Speakers Mr. Roberto Suarez Santos Acting Secretary-General of IOE
Panelists Mr. Christoph Heider President of European Chamber of Commerce in Korea
Dr. Lee Jung-min Professor of Seoul National University
Dr. Lee Ji-man Professor of Yonsei University
Dr. Lee Jeong-il Vice president of Samsung Economic Research Institute
Session 2. Direction of Development for industrial relations of Korea Chair Dr. Yu Ji-soo President of Kookmin University
Speakers Dr. Kim Tai-gi Professor of Dankook University
Panelists Mr. Park Ki-ho Director of KED Good Work Institute
Dr. Park Cheol-sung Professor of Hanyang University
Dr. Yang Dong-hoon Professor of Sogang University
Mr. Cho Young-gil Attorney of I&S Law firm
Description Session 1 (14:00~15:30) Job creation and the role of business
Session 2 (16:00~17:30) Direction of Development for industrial relations of Korea

The Evolution of Korean Industrial and Employment Relations

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Session Title The Evolution of Korean Industrial and Employment Relations
Organizer ILERA 2018·Korea Labor and Employment Relations Association
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~17:30 / 307A (Conference Room South)
Program Chair Young-Myon Lee Professor, Dongguk University(Seoul)
Speakers Bruce Kaufman Professor, Georgia State University
Heiwon Kwon Professor, Dongduk Women's University
Young-Ki Choi Professor, Hallym University
Tae-Hyun Kim Specialist, Korean Confederation of Trade Unions
Panelists Authors and participants
Description This session aims to celebrate the publication of the book “The Evolution of Korean Industrial and Employment Relations (KIER) by the UK's Edward Elgar Publishing in June 2018. Three years ago, the book publication project was jointly initiated by the Korea Labor and Employment Relations Association (KLERA) led by Professor Dong-One Kim, the then president, and Korea's Ministry of Labor. Over the past three years, Professor Young-Myon Lee of Dongguk University in Seoul, Korea and Professor Bruce Kaufman of Georgia State University in USA co-edited this book and 29 scholars including 11 foreign scholars joined this project as contributors.

During this session, three authors of the book, Professors Bruce Kaufman, Heiwon Kwon, and Young-Ki Choi, will make a presentation on the introduction, theories, and contents of the book, as well as the future direction of KIER. And then, Tae-Hyun Kim, specialist from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions will present the meanings and implications of the book publication.

After the presentations, an open discussion will take place; authors and session participants will freely exchange opinions and ideas on the presentations, and the book publication as well. Also, 40 session attendees will be offered one free copy of this new book on a first-come, first-served basis.

Human Rights Protection and CSR in the Global Supply Chain; With a Focus on Korean Companies

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Session Title Human Rights Protection and CSR in the Global Supply Chain; With a Focus on Korean Companies
Organizer Korea Labor Foundation
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~17:30 / 203 (Conference Room North)
Program Opening Ceremony Opening Speech Lee Jung-Sik Secretary General & CEO, Korea Labor Foundation(KLF)
Congratulatory Remark 1 Lee Chang-Won Chair of Organizing Committee, ILERA World Congress 2018 Seoul
Congratulatory Remark 2 Park Suk-Bum Secretary-General, UN Global Compact Network Korea(UN GCNK)
Congratulatory Remark 3 Shim Sang-Don Director-General of Policy and Education Bureau, National Human Rights Commission(NHRC)
Session Ⅰ Keynote Lecture Anna Biondi Deputy Director of ILO ACTRAV
Human Right Protection and Social Responsibility of Multinational Enterprises
Speakers Jan-Christian Niebank Policy Adviser of German Institute for Human Rights
Major Policies of Developed Countries’ Governments for Human Rights Management
JHO Kyung-Jae Deputy Director of Human Rights Policy Division, Specialist on Business and Human Rights, National Human Rights Commission(NHRC)
Roles of the State and Enterprises for Human Rights Management
Session Ⅱ Case Presentation Jung Sin-Young Lawyer of Advocates for Public Interest Law(APIL)
Human Rights Management of Korean Companies
Park Jong-Kun Compliance Officer of Lead Country, Siemens Korea
Current State and Latest Trends of Human Rights Management of Multinational Enterprises
Cha Yong Director of Sustainable Manufacturing & Sourcing, Security, Safety, Chang Shin INC.
Current State and Latest Trends of Human Rights Management of Korean Enterprises
Description TBA

Wisconsin School Session

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Session Title Wisconsin School Session
Organizer Wisconsin School
Time and Venue July 24(Tue.), 16:00~17:30 / 308A (Conference Room South)
Program Chair Thomas Kochan MIT
Speakers Helio Zylberstei University of Sao Paulo
Adrienne Eaton Rutgers University
Bruce Kaufman Georgia State University
Panelists Harry Katz Cornell University
Anil Verma University of Toronto
Russell Lansbury University of Sydney
Janice Bellace Wharton School, Univ. of Pennsylvania
Description It is highly appropriate to devote a session to the impact of the “Wisconsin School” on the field of labor and employment relations at this 50th Anniversary World Congress of the International Labor and Employment Relations Association (ILERA). The University of Wisconsin has been a source of ideas and values that have shaped our field of research and teaching for well over a century.

There is another reason to reflect on the Wisconsin legacy at this particular point in time. The values and ideas that define our field of study are being severely challenged by current and possibly future conditions at work and in some cases are under direct attack in the United States and in other parts of the world. So as we reflect on our legacy and traditions we also need to look forward and ask:

How will we address these current challenges in ways that are both true to our values and are well-grounded in the theories and research needed to shape the future of work and employment relationships?

Today’s realities and the challenges of our time call on us to revisit and recommit to the values and research traditions of the Wisconsin School but to do so with the same focus on generating new ideas grounded in solid theory and empirical research that are equivalent in power and influence to those that produced the policy innovations of the New Deal and the employment and training policies, workplace equality and justice, and the public sector collective bargaining rights in the 1960s. The challenges facing our generation and indeed most likely the next generation as well. Let’s use this Congress, and particularly this session, to see if we are up to the task.

Trade Unions' Response for the Reducing Working Times

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Session Title Trade Unions' Response for the Reducing Working Times
Organizer KLSI(Korea Labour & Society Institute) · KCTU(Korean Confederation of Trade Union)
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~17:30 / 209AB (Conference Room North)
Program Chair Kwangpyo Roh KLSI (Korea Labour & Society Institute)
Speakers Jooho Lee KCTU (Korean Confederation of Trade Unions)
Institutional Improvement Task and Issues for the Reducing Working Times
Dr. Lei Delsen Radboud University (Associate Professor), Netherlands
Trade Unions' Response and Implications on the Reducing Working Times: Europe & Netherlands
Dr. Heejung Chung University of Kent (Associate Professor), UK
Trade Unions' Response and Implications on the Reducing Working Time: UK
Panelists Juhyen Song KFCITU (affiliated to KCTU)
Yoosun Kim KLSI (Korea Labour & Society Institute)
Description This session is jointly organized by the KLSI(Korea Labour & Society Institute) and KCTU(Korean Confederation of Trade Unions). We would like to find out the implications of European cases on the issue of "reducing working times" and look for the direction of the trade union.

Future of social concertation in the post neo-liberalist era : the Netherlands, Italy and Korea in comparison

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Session Title Future of social concertation in the post neo-liberalist era : the Netherlands, Italy and Korea in comparison
Organizer Economic Social and Labor Council (ESLC)
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~17:30 / 307BC (Conference Room South)
Program Chair Joohee Lee Ewha Womens University
Speakers Maarten Keune University of Amsterdam
The erosion of the Dutch polder model and its consequences for inequality
Roberto Pedersini State University of Milan
Social concertation in Italy: where opposites meet
Myung Joon Park ESLC
New Start of Social Dialogue in Korea towards Shaping a Post-Neo-Liberalist Labor Regime (tentative title)
Panelists Guglielmo Meardi University of Warwick
Youngwoo Son ESLC
Description TBA

LLL 88000: Making Lifelong Learning Standard at Workplace

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Session Title LLL 88000: Making Lifelong Learning Standard at Workplace
Organizer New Paradigm Institute
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~18:00 / 308BC (Conference Room South)
Program Opening
Ceremony
Welcoming
Address
KIM Young-Ho Former Minister of Commerce & Industry, ROK
Congratulatory
Address
KIM Dong-One President of ILERA
Keynote
Address
Chair CHANG Young-Chul Kyunghee University & PDSK
Speakers VERMA Anil Professor, University of Toronto, Canada
WARTZMAN Rick Director, Drucker Institute, USA
SCHAEFERS Frank President, Bosch, Germany
MOON Kook-Hyun CEO, New Paradigm Institute & Hansoll Textile, Korea
Panel
Discussions
Panelists TBA / Professor, Japan
SHIN Bong-Ho Professor, University of Seoul & NPI
HWANG Sang-Kyu Director, KQA CSR Center & ISO
KIM Tack-Whan Professor, Kyonggi University
Wrap-up CHANG Young-Chul Kyunghee University & PDSK
Seoul Declaration & Photo KIM Ki Chan Former Chairperson, ICSB & Professor Catholic University
Description This session on LLL 88000 is arranged for exchange professional and practical ideas and suggesting "Life Long Learning Standard at Workplace" to  international community as fundamental step for getting shared values between company and workers. The main source of discussions starts from Peter Drucker's intellectual properties and serious experiments have been  conducted by New Paradigm Initiative in Korea, Drucker Indexation in USA and other cases in some countries. In this session, we will take Seoul Declaration for LLL 88000 among participants.

The Future of Union and Corporate Social Responsibility

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Session Title The Future of Union and Corporate Social Responsibility
Organizer Sponsored Company (Labour · Management)
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~17:30 / 301AB (Conference Room South)
Program Chair Soonwon Kwon Professor, Business Administration, Sookmyung University
Speakers Sangho Bae Chairman of Labor Union, LG Electronics
USR, Responsibility for sustainability
Jong Hyun Lee Senior Vice President, CSV Team, LOTTE
Creating Social Value of LOTTE – Story of Social, Community Development and Coexistent and cooperative labor-management
Hyun Chun Jung Senior Vice President, SUPEX Council, SK
The Role of Enterprises in Sustainable Development
Panelists Joonmo Cho Professor, Economics, Sungkyunkwan University
Byoung-Hoon Lee Professor, Sociology, Chungang University
Description TBA

[KLI Special Session] Future of Work: Challenges for Social Security and Labor Market Institutions

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Session Title [KLI Special Session] Future of Work: Challenges for Social Security and Labor Market Institutions
Organizer Korea Labor Institute
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~17:30 / 202 (Conference Room North)
Program Session 1.
Presentation
Facilitator Jai-Joon Hur Korea Labor Institute
Speakers Mark Keese OECD
Shaping the future of work: Policy reform or paradigm shift?
Susan Hayter ILO
What Future for Labour Relations?
Robert Palacios World Bank
Global Pension Policy and Practice: Past, Present and Future
Gerhard Bosch IAQ, University of Duisburg-Essenn
The Future of the Standard Employment Relationship in the Digital Economy
Atsushi Seike Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan & Keio University
Towards a Sustainable Ageing Society
Jai-Joon Hur Korea Labor Institute
Coming to Grips with a Future of Work: Issues and Debates in Korea
Session 2.
Discussion
Facilitator TBA
Discussants Susan Hayter ILO
Atsushi Seike Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan & Keio University
Jai-Joon Hur Korea Labor Institute
Mark Keese OECD
Robert Palacios World Bank
Gerhard Bosch IAQ, University of Duisburg-Essenn
Description This Special Session will be talking about Challenges for Social Security and Labor Market Institutions in the age of Digital Transformation and Ageing Society.

How Skills and Investment on Human Capitals can Contribute to the Skills Development of Korea’s Labor Market

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Session Title How Skills and Investment on Human Capitals can Contribute to the Skills Development of Korea’s Labor Market
Organizer Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 14:00~17:30 / 201 (Conference Room North)
Program Opening Ceremony Welcome Remarks Dr. Youngsun Ra President, KRIVET
Session Ⅰ Chair Dr. Cheolhee Kim Head of Employment and Skills Evaluation Research Division, KRIVET
Speakers Dr. Gawoon Ban Research Fellow, KRIVET
Skills and Labor Market Outcomes: Korea in Comparative Perspective
Dr. Bomi Kim Research Fellow, KRIVET
Future Skills Needs in Korea: Projections and Employer’s Views
Panelists Randolph Tan Director, Singapore University of Social Science, Singapore
Youngmin Lee Professor, Sookmyung University, Korea South
Chung Choe Professor, Hanyang University, Korea South
Vally Senasi Senior Lecture, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia
Session Ⅱ Chair Soonhie Kang Professor, Kyonggi University, Korea South
Speakers Dr. Jungseung Yang Research Fellow, KRIVET
Is it Evolutionarily Profitable for Firm to Invest on Human Capital?: An Agent-based Approach
Dr. Joohee Chang Research Fellow, KRIVET
A Study of Jobs in the South Korea Discrimination Correction System
Panelists Tingting Zhang Assistant Professor, Western England University, USA
Johann Maree Emeritus Professor, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Patrick Lehnert Research Assistant, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Teresa Lizeth Alanis Gutierrez Ph.D Student, Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico
Description 1. Relationship between Skills and Labor Market Performance
2. Prospects for Skills
3. Benefits of Corporate Investment in Education and Training
4. Selection of Comparable Workers in Non-regular Worker Discrimination Correction System

Present and Future of Labor Relations Commission in Korea

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Session Title Present and Future of Labor Relations Commission in Korea
Organizer National Labor Relations Commission
Time and Venue July 23(Mon.), 16:00~18:00 / 318BC (Conference Room South)
Program Chair JongHee Park Professor, Korea University
Speakers Keunsop Chang Director General of Bureau of Mediation and Adjudication, National Labor Relations Commission
Panelists Deogro Lee Professor, Seowon University
Sangkyun Cho Professor, Chonnam National University
Sung-Wook Lee Professor, Ewha Womans University
Christopher Albertyn Albertyn Arbitration Inc.
Cristina Mihes International Labour Organization
Description This special session is designed to introduce the status and performance of the Korean Labor Relations Commission and to discuss future directions.