Global Business Takes Part in G20 Employment Session

As host duties for the G20 transitioned from France to Mexico, Mexico City was the site on December 15 of the first meeting of the G20 Employment Task Force, with youth unemployment as its principal focus.  The IOE and BIAC were invited by the Mexican government to organize the participation of the business delegation, which was led by USCIB Executive Vice President Ronnie Goldberg, who serves as the IOE’s regional vice president for North America and chairs BIAC’s Employment, Labor and Social Affairs Committee.   An IOE-BIAC paper prepared for the meeting focused on enhancing youth employability, creating inclusive labor markets for young people, and ways to foster youth entrepreneurship.

Staff contact: Ronnie Goldberg

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Staff Contact:   Ronnie Goldberg

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Tel: 212.703.5057

Ronnie Goldberg advises USCIB’s president and CEO on strategic matters and represents American business at several high-level forums. She currently serves as the U.S. employer representative on the International Labor Organization’s Governing Body, and chairs the BIAC Employment, Labor, and Social Affairs (ELSA) Committee.
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