|Section : Module 3:- ILS and Managerial Strategy|
Enterprise managers do not normally refer to ILS. However people have assumed great importance in the attainment of higher levels of productivity and increased competitiveness, as a result, leaders must now implement a range of new initiatives which focus on protecting and inspiring the labour force.
In this respect, ILS is a component of managerial strategy and contribute to the creation of a safe, healthy and productive working environment. In fact, ILS can be integral in improving labour productivity per unit produced or service rendered and even limiting costs by virtue of providing safe, secure and conducive work environments.
Conventions and recommendations also aim at the development of workers to ensure maximum self improvement and value added. To the enterprise, all these benefits are incentive for the contemporary leader to acknowledge the practicality of the ILS. ILS can provide practical solutions and guidance for workplace issues. The educational dimension is also far reaching as they can provide international practices in a number of fields of interests for managers. Above all, knowledge and application of the ILS can serve to provide the manager with a social orientation that can help develop the manager more holistically. Not only can these practices aid the manager in the present execution of duties but so too can they indicate possible problem areas for future attention.