Employment Policy Department

Promoting full and productive employment by developing integrated employment, development and skills policies that maximize the employment impact of economic growth, investment and development and which are inclusive, gender sensitive, productive and sustainable is essential for achieving ILO’s strategic objective on employment".               
Ms Azita Berar Awad

News

  1. GAIN

    Launching of the GAIN Training Guidebook during the 3rd GAIN Conference

    01 February 2018

    The third GAIN Conference, which followed the Global Forum on Just Transition, gave a tribune for researchers and policy makers to exchange on research methods and country experiences to evaluate the impact of transitioning towards greener economy.

  2. Publication

    Rethinking macroeconomic policies for full employment and inclusive growth: Some elements

    01 February 2018

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 238

  3. Publication

    Good practices in using partnerships for effective and efficient delivery of employment services in India

    01 February 2018

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 233

  4. © Peder Sterll 2018

    World Employment and Social Outlook – Trends 2018

    ILO: Unemployment and decent work deficits to remain high in 2018

    22 January 2018

    The ILO’s flagship report shows that while the global unemployment rate is stabilizing, unemployment and decent work deficits will stay at persistently high levels in many parts of the world.

  5. Publication

    Decent Work Inter-Regional SAM Modelling with Employment Satellite Extension Including Regional Infrastructure Scenarios: Case Study 2005 IRSAM

    22 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 217

  6. Publication

    Application of a Green Jobs SAM with Employment and CO2 Satellites for informed Green Policy Support: The case of Indonesia

    22 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 216

  7. Publication

    Mainstreaming green job issues into national employment policies and implementation plans: A review

    22 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 227