Educating different generations

Tuesday, 03 April 2012 by

I think that at school there should be a compulsory subject/course on workers rights and obligations, because all in all everyone is going to enter into the labour market one way or another, either as an employer or as an employee. As this conviction seems to be still far form reality, we could fill this

Any questions?

Tuesday, 27 March 2012 by

How often do questions in class go unanswered? Quite often; too often. It’s not necessarily because the teacher has not done a good job, sometimes questions are not raised during the class, or the questions/doubts arise afterwards. You can enable a notice board where workers can write and pin-up any question they have on their

Black on White. How boring is that?

Tuesday, 13 March 2012 by

When was the last time you saw an employee walk up to the notice board to read what was posted there? How many bits of paper are stuck on it? What font is used? How large is the font? Let me guess: there are loads of bits of white paper printed in bold Times New

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Who’s the teacher?

Tuesday, 07 February 2012 by

Why not reverse the roles and let the workers be the teachers? Form groups of between 5 to 10 people. They can be members of a team already working together or a group of employees who have never worked together. Each group will be a learning group (an LG). Choose a theme (or a right)

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We don’t know how much we know

Tuesday, 31 January 2012 by

So, the time has come to find out. Buy coloured cards, about 15x10cm, one or two per worker. Think of out three or four questions for each topic on the code of conduct. Here are three examples of questions for a few topics: freedom of association: “You have the right to freedom of association –

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Painting is not child’s play

Tuesday, 03 January 2012 by

Why not organize a drawing contest? Ask each worker who wishes to take part in the contest to pick a right contained in the Code of Conduct, the Labour Code or the company’s internal regulations. Participants should then design and draw a poster illustrating the right they have chosen. All posters should be submitted by

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