The Federation of Korean Trade Unions will hold a leadership training for female executives to strengthen the qualities and roles of female activists at the Central Education Center of the Federation of Korean Trade Unions in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province, from the 1st to the 3rd for 2 nights and 3 days.
The educational goal is to find a way to increase the range of activities of female executives within the organization. On the first day of education, the role of the union is reflected by examining the gender wage gap and the disadvantages of women in the workplace. You will also have time to increase your self-confidence by understanding the meaning and role of female executives within the union.
On the second day, training is provided on essential labor laws and organizational power reinforcement that union executives must know. We look for stepping stones and obstacles in organizational activities that women executives face, and ways to remove them. Ideas are spread by sharing them with the training participants. On the last day, students learn how to manage conflicts through communication through expert lectures.
The training is for about 70 female executives, representatives, and female executives of the Korea Federation of Trade Unions. Choi Mi-young, standing vice chairman of the Korea Federation of Trade Unions, said in the opening ceremony greeting, “You will be able to grow into a competent leader through the process of overcoming the difficulties experienced by organizational activists and finding alternatives. It is a foundation that leads to the growth of the organization and the organization.”