DWT/CO–Pretoria: ILO Decent Work Team for Eastern and Southern Africa and ILO Country Office for South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland

  • Decent Work

    Capacity Building Workshop on Work Statistics (19th ICLS Resolution), Working Time, Informality and Wage Statistics for SADC Social Partners

    Workers’ and employers’ organizations need reliable and timely information on a wide range of topics for decision making and social dialogue, including Labour Market Information (LMI) on job availability and demand, the composition of human resource skills, training opportunities, productivity levels, wage levels, working conditions, adoption of collective agreements, labour regulations governing collective bargaining processes, occupational health and safety matters, as well as skills profiles for various jobs and professions.

Key resources

  1. Recognition of prior learning.

    Key success factors and the building blocks of an effective system

  2. Towards a South African National Minimum Wage

    The booklet provides an overview of the key issues and is intended to assist trade unions to popularise democratic debates on a NMW
    amongst workers, shop stewards and officials.

Promoting Decent Work in the Catering Industry

  1. Promoting Decent Work in the Catering Industry