Employment global products and tools: Employment policy development​

Instructional material | 16 April 2020
  • A handbook on a methodology for estimating green jobs in bioenergy
    The main aim of this handbook was to provide a set of tools for conducting studies of the potential for creating bioenergy jobs at provincial level, including the related requirements for skills and capacity 
  • Developing the construction industry for employment-intensive infrastructure investments
    This guide describes how the local construction industry and authorities can be mobilized to efficiently develop and maintain rural and urban infrastructure through a local resource-based (LRB) approach.
  • Employment diagnostics (forthcoming)
    The comprehensive employment policy agenda spells out a series of policy areas. Furthermore, the need to focus on structural transformation, SDG’s and FoW issues have led to a very broad set of areas to address in a country diagnostic. Based on the EDA, the point is to update de diagnostic as a two-stage process. One in which the focus is to identify and prioritize key areas (core diagnostic or rapid assesment), and then a deep dive into specific sections. This allows to balance breadth va depth, specificity vs timeliness.
  • GIS mapping of the labour market in bioeconomy in Argentina
    In this Atlas of the bioeconomy in Argentina, ILO was responsible for the labour market part of this exercise. The focus was on the demand side. Besides information on total employment, it also includes further details such as age groups, gender dimensions, wages, size of enterprise and various sub-sectors within bioeconomy.
  • Global Employment Trends for Youth 2020: Technology and the future of jobs
    The Global Employment Trends for Youth series is a biennual report setting out the youth labour market situation around the world by incorporating the most recent employment trends for young women and men.
  • Global Skills for Employment Knowledge Sharing Platform
    The Global Skills for Employment Global Public-Private Knowledge Sharing Platform (Global KSP) shares the approaches and experiences that international organizations, governments, employers and workers have found are effective in strengthening the links between education and training to productive and decent work.
  • Guide on measuring decent jobs for youth: Monitoring, evaluation and learning in labour market programmes
    The guide offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the topics of results measurement and impact assessment, their practical application in the youth employment field and how evidence created via results measurement strategies can lead to improved programming.
  • Guide on pro-employment macroeconomic and sectoral policies for African countries (forthcoming)
    This policy guide is concerned with addressing these questions with a particular focus on the role of a comprehensive macroeconomic and sectoral policy framework in promoting employment growth, a question that receives too little attention in current policy debates and practice.
  • NEP implementation guidelines (forthcoming)
  • Rapport d'étude sur l'intégration de l'emploi dans les référents stratégiques et programmatiques à Sao Tomé et Principe
    L'étude vise à contextualiser l'outil du BIT d'intégration de l'emploi dans les stratégies et programmes et à l'appliquer aux différentes stratégies macro et sectorielles du pays.
  • Rapport méthodologique pour simuler les impacts des politiques publiques sur l'emploi et la croissance au cameroun. Edition 2019
    Le rapport expose la démarche méthodologique de construction d'un outil de modélisation des impacts des politiques publiques macro et sectorielles sur l'emploi, en appui au mainstreaming de l'emploi dans les référents stratégiques et programmatiques au Cameroun et les travaux de planification de la deuxième phase de la vision d'émergence 2035 du Cameroun.
  • Rapport sur l'analyse des tendances et des perspectives emploi et compétences dans l'économie camerounaise: une approche par branche productive
    L'étude vise à développer une méthodologie pour pouvoir analyser les tendances actuelles ainsi que les perspectives en emploi et compétences dans l'économie nationale en s'appuyant sur une analyse des 43 branches de production dans l'économie.
  • Rapport sur la méthodologie d'analyse ex ante de l'impact des secteurs productifs sur l'emploi et la croissance en RDC
    L'outil est un modèle d'équilibre général calculable pour analyser les impacts des secteurs productifs sur l'emploi et la croissance, création de valeur ajoutée.
  • Revised “Guide for the formulation of national employment policies” to support the new generation of policies (forthcoming)
  • Rising to the youth employment challenge
    This book brings together contributions from the ILO’s Youth Employment Programme detailing policies that enable young people to find decent work.
  • Taqeem: Measuring jobs in youth employment
    This site is dedicated to professionals and practitioners working on labour market policy who are interested in how to better measure, monitor and evaluate employment interventions.
  • The ILO youth employment toolbox
    It is a repository (e-store) of work instruments for advocacy, advice and training. A hands-on, flexible and adaptable set of materials including leaflets, checklists, diagrams, trainer’s notes, presentations, videos, photos, etc.
  • Towards the right to work: A guidebook for designing innovative public employment programmes
    This Guidebook on designing innovative public employment programmes is supplemented by an international course for a mixed audience of policy makers and social actors, planners, and senior / middle-level officials from different national ministries and development agencies and programmes concerned.
  • Training guide on pro-employment macroeconomic and sectoral policies (forthcoming)
  • Training on labour market statistics and analysis
    This training is an employment promotion tool as it focuses on the comprehensive analysis of labour market indicators with a strong emphasis on the Global SDG Indicator Framework which is essential for measuring decent work and the promotion of evidence-based employment policies for inclusive growth.
  • Transition to formality and structural transformation: Challenges and policy options
    This diverse collection of essays on the transition to formality across different parts of the world entails a rich juxtaposition of analyses and evidence. The central premise of this volume is that the challenge of structural transformation – i.e. moving people and resources out of low productivity to high productivity sectors –primarily occurs along the formal-informal divide.