Georgian Employers Association (GEA)

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Georgian Employers Association (GEA)




Georgian Employers Association (GEA)

Georgian Employers Association is the largest organization in Georgia that represents employers of Georgia. With more than 2000 members, GEA represents all sectors of industry; GEA has regional branch associations in all major regions in the country. The GEA unifies around 2000 members small, medium and large ones.

The Georgian Employers Association was established in 2000. The Association is the independent, non-governmental, non-profit and self-regulating business union that works in accordance with the recognized international standards for protecting the interests of employers (entrepreneurs) in the free market economy principles. At the same time the Georgian Employers Association recognizes the importance of human resources factor in the economics and in its activities foresees the International Labour Organization (ILO) standards and policies in parallel of business development. The core vector of the Association is solving the problems of business circles for effective and adequate measures for proper coordination of business, Government of Georgia and the third parties close relationships.

The Georgian Employers Association is an economic and social partner to the Government of Georgia and the Trade Unions Confederation as a constituent involved in the tripartite social dialogue.

Our Mission The Georgian Employers Association (GEA) under the free market principles represents and protects the interests of business and is committed to establishment of competitive and flexible environment for entrepreneurship development.

Our Vision „Sustainable businesses and growing economy for prosperity of Georgia“ Core Strategic Objectives

  1. Establishment of economic doctrine based on the business interests for formation of the economic and social policy of Georgia;
  2. Establishment of independent and fair competitive economic policy based on the free market principles free from the involvement of the Government;
  3. Guaranteeing of the fair and balanced relations among the labour market participants while implementing the liberal economic policy;