ILO's Director-General: In the media

November 2018

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    CNBC

    Global wage growth lowest in a decade as UK falls behind advanced economies

    26 November 2018

  2. Bloomberg

    G-20 Nations Saw Real Wage Growth Slump Last Year, ILO Says

    26 November 2018

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    Reuters

    Global wage growth slumps to 1.8 percent in 2017, lowest in a decade: ILO

    26 November 2018

  4. South African Broadcasting Corporation

    President Ramaphosa Co-Chairs Global Commission on the Future of Work

    16 November 2018

    President Cyril Ramaphosa is finishing his three day European tour at the ILO where he has been chairing a meeting of the Global Commission aimed at providing recommendations for the future of work to deliver social justice in the 21st century.

October 2018

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    World Economic Forum

    As tech disrupts our jobs, it's not too late to turn pain into gain

    22 October 2018

May 2018

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    CNN Money

    Violence and harassment in the workplace on the agenda at the ILO

    29 May 2018

    ILO Director-General Guy Ryder discusses world of work issues with CNN Money Switzerland, including the future of work, rights at work, and an upcoming discussion at the ILO's International Labour Conference on violence and harassment in the workplace.

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    AFP / 7NEWS

    Can a UN treaty help the #Metoo movement?

    09 May 2018

  3. BBC News, Business

    Why do young workers have so many injuries?

    02 May 2018

January 2018

  1. Euronews

    New technology: Destroyer or creator of jobs?

    18 January 2018

    Advances in technology are having a big impact on a broad range of industries, provoking intense debate about the future of work. Read the new Euronews special on the Future of Work.

July 2017

  1. BBC World News

    The future of work can be a force for positive change

    18 July 2017

    How are we going to use technology to produce the future of work that we want, asks ILO Director-General Guy Ryder. The notion that technology will decide has to give way to the idea that this is a policy debate and our future is in our hands.