World Employment and Social Outlook - Trends 2017
The world faces the twin challenge of repairing the damage caused by the global economic and social crisis and creating quality jobs for the tens of millions of new labour market entrants every year.
Global Wage Report 2016/17
Wage recovery in some developed economies – including the United States and Germany – was not sufficient to offset the decline in emerging and developing countries.
Our impact, their stories
A new ILO project supporting the objectives of the London Syria conference aims to build skills and formalize employment status among Syrian refugees in Jordan’s construction and agricultural sectors, and improve job prospects for Jordanians in local communities hosting the refugees.
Better Work Jordan and local stakeholders are calling for the creation of workplace nurseries to help mothers continue their careers amid a challenging environment that prevents more women from joining the job market.
ILO holds ceremony to mark completion of training programme for Jordanian and Syrian construction workers in Jordan
The programme is part of efforts to help Syrian workers obtain work permits by boosting their skills and accreditation.
Skills for the future
18 January 2017
The project will strengthen regional and global knowledge-sharing on skills development as an effective means to support productivity, competitiveness and growth.
Lebanon seeks to adopt code of conduct and coordination mechanism to address working street children
13 January 2017
Lebanon’s Internal Security Forces, non-governmental organizations, Ministries of Labour and of Social Affairs organizations have developed a draft code of conduct and coordination mechanism to facilitate better coordination and methodologies to remove working street children from the streets and rehabilitate them in line with internationally-recognized best practices.
Labour market transitions of young women and men in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: Results of the 2015 school-to-work transition survey
This report presents the highlights of the 2015 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) run together with the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.
The study focus on the critical role of employers in recruiting and managing the employment relationship within the current normative framework of Lebanon.
This report by the International Labour Organization (ILO), provides a general picture of the living and work conditions of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon.