Korea Enterprises Federation Seeks Balanced ILO Perspective on Labor Reform

SEOUL - The Korea Enterprises Federation (KEF) has called for the International Labour Organization (ILO) to adopt a balanced approach to South Korea's labor market reforms. Speaking at the 112th session of the ILO's International Labour Conference in Geneva, KEF Chairman Sohn Kyung-shik emphasized the need for the ILO to consider the unique circumstances and diverse perspectives of labor, management, and government in South Korea.

According to Yonhap News Agency, Sohn, who also leads the CJ Group, represented South Korea's business community at the conference. He stressed the importance of labor market flexibility and cooperative relations between labor and management to foster a better corporate management culture and promote job creation. Furthermore, Sohn committed KEF to engage responsibly in social dialogue to support the successful implementation of government labor market reforms.

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