ILO Working paper 86
Negotiations by workers in the informal economy
04 January 2023
This paper provides empirical evidence from Africa, Asia and the Americas on negotiations and collective bargaining by workers in the informal economy.
Global Wage Report
Rising inflation brings striking fall in real wages, ILO report finds
30 November 2022
Well-designed policy measures are needed urgently to prevent the deepening of existing levels of poverty, inequality and social unrest, according to the latest ILO report on global wages.
New pillar within Viet Nam’s labour dispute settlement system operational, expected to help workers and employers
28 November 2022
Hearing held by the Dong Nai Labour Arbitration Council marks the first case to be arbitrated in Viet Nam.
Protection against acts of anti-union discrimination: Evidence from the updated IRLex database
25 November 2022
Anti-union discrimination is one of the most serious violations of freedom of association, as it may jeopardize the very existence of trade unions. This IRLex factsheet provides a summary of the International Labour Standards protecting workers against acts of anti-union discrimination as well as a comparative overview of how different legal system around the world seek to regulate it and ensure its effective protection.
Supporting the modernisation of labour inspection, mediation, conciliation and arbitration services in Greece
17 November 2022
The European Commission and the ILO will assist the Greek authorities in restructuring the Labour Inspectorate and strengthening the effectiveness of the labour dispute prevention and resolution system of Greece following the 2021 legislation reform.
The new EU Directive on minimum wage sets a dual goal
16 November 2022
In seeking to reduce working poverty and inequality, it focuses on improving the adequacy of statutory minimum wages as well as the promotion of collective bargaining.
ILO supports Indonesia to promote collective bargaining through mediation and labour-management cooperation
11 November 2022
The ILO supports the establishment of stronger industrial relations in Indonesia through mediation skills and collective bargaining training programmes.
70 Years of the ILO Committee on Freedom of Association: A Reliable Compass in Any Weather
03 November 2022
Conducting and contributing to Evaluations of National Action Plans on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work: A step-by-step guide
20 October 2022
These guidelines attempt to highlight the key stages in which we can appropriate integrate all Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work along the evaluation process of National Action Plans (NAPs) on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW).
ILO builds capacity of tripartite partners on collective bargaining and labour agreements in Iraq
18 October 2022
Capacity building workshops were held in Basra and Erbil as part of efforts to improve social dialogue, working conditions and overall governance of Iraq’s agriculture sector, with the support of the European Union.