Employers Organizations are such type of organizations which are made to organize and enhance the shared interests of the employers. Since the content and the variety of such shared interests are different in each country in terms of membership, the structure and therefore the function of the employers’ organization is varies for each country. In the countries having social market economy, the employers’ organizations are a portion of a system of established debate, both with the trade unions and the government while in countries having pluralist economy the employers’ organizations try to influence the policies of government through lobbying and negotiations.
Employers’ organizations accomplish many different functions. The issues such as growth of membership, generation of income and improvement in the relationship with members are of great importance for all the employers’ organizations. While the direct role of Employers’ organizations is in the mutual process of bargaining, they are also equally involved in inducing labor market and the industrial relations and environments in other ways like by taking part in constitutional or legal bodies, consultations on the issues of labor market and promoting activities in support of their members.
Services they provide
Employers’ organizations also offer services such as the establishment of information, preparation and consultancy. Employers’ organizations can also perform as a central point for negotiation and sharing information for companies which are looking for good incomes in human resource management to its members. In such a situation, employers’ organizations frequently play an encouraging role for their members by emphasizing such business practices that can very effectively improve the performance of the enterprise.