Enterprises Department

  • The ILO has a mandate, recognized in the 2008 Declaration, to promote sustainable enterprises as an integral part of the Decent Work Agenda.

    Guy Ryder, Director-General
    International Labour Organization

What's new

  1. Publication

    Good Procurement Practices and SMEs in Global Supply Chains

    31 May 2016

    what do we know so far?

  2. News

    Sustainable Enterprise Academy: Promoting Decent Work in Supply Chains

    11 May 2016

    Ensuring a combination of competitiveness, reliability, and compliance with labour standards and human rights in supply chains can be challenging. The 2016 Sustainable Enterprise Academy will look at multiple ways to deal with these difficulties and engage public and private partners in mutually reinforcing approaches.

  3. Publication

    Zambia Green Jobs Programme Annual Impact Report - 2015

    29 April 2016

    At the end of 2015, the Zambia Green Jobs Programme supported the creation of 2,660 jobs, as well as the quality improvement of 2,018 green and decent jobs existing in micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. In addition, the programme has benefitted more than 6, 667 enterprises, workers and their representatives. The report presents in detail these results and other results and how they were achieved.

  4. News

    Decent work and just transitions must be at the heart of climate action

    27 April 2016

    This was underlined by Geneva-based dialogue gathering government representatives, staff from international organizations and non-governmental organizations on the day of the Paris Agreement signing ceremony.

  5. Video

    ILO SCORE India: "Safe Workplace Makes SMEs Productive"

    26 April 2016

    This video shows how SCORE-trained SMEs in India were able to promote simple safety and health measures in workplaces that contributed in increase in their productivity after undergoing SCORE trainings.


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