Guy Ryder's decades-long experience in the labour force, largely at the international level, and a genuine empathy for workforce-related issues made him the perfect candidate to become the 10th director-general of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) _ a post he took up late last year.
International Labour Organisation’s Director-General Guy Ryder.
Ryder, who was born in Liverpool in 1956, is respected for his strong commitment to advancing social justice. As a believer in tripartism, where business, labour and the state work together, he has been able to reach out and secure consensus in diverse situations.
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