Mongolian Employers Federation (MONEF) is partner of Support to Employment Creation in Mongolia (SECiM) project.
MONEF was established in 1990 with 35 members on the onset of the transition to democracy and a free market economy in Mongolia. After 20 years of operation, it now embraces 21 regional employers’ associations and has approximately 7,800 members in the manufacturing, construction, transportation, banking, insurance, and services sectors. MONEF promotes the interests of its members to participate in the development of the economy and provides information, training and advice to its members on various matters including entrepreneurship training, occupational safety and health management systems, and human resource development. MONEF is a member of International Organization of Employers (IOE).
Confederation of Mongolian Trade Union (CMTU) is partner of Support to Employment Creation in Mongolia (SECiM) project.
CMTU was founded in 1927 as the Central Council of Mongolian Trade Unions. The CMTU has 35 member unions – 22 territorial unions in aimags and Ulaanbaatar city and 13 professional unions – with around 200 thousand members. The mission of CMTU is to protect workers’ rights and interests through its active participation in national tripartite dialogue and negotiation of tripartite agreements. In the past few years, the CMTU has played a leading role in setting up the dispute settlement mechanism and public sector wage fixing. It offers legal advisory services to its members and citizens. CMTU is a member of International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC).