20 August 2018
This report provides an overview of recent trends in wages, including wage gaps between different categories of workers, gender wage gaps, wages by sector and occupation, and trends in wage inequality. It analyses the existing market labour institutions and framework; particularly focussing on minimum wages and collective bargaining, and also suggests some policy-oriented recommendations.
11 August 2018
The International Labour Organization has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Industrial Workers Federation of Myanmar (IWFM), and with the Myanmar Industries Craft and Services (MICS) to enhance the capacity of relevant garment trade unions to engage constructively in social dialogue and industrial relations at the factory level.
Meeting of the BRICS Ministers of Labour and Employment
03 August 2018
Guy Ryder highlights the major contribution BRICS countries can make to social dialogue, social protection, gender equality and youth employment.
BRICS BRIEF SERIES - Social Dialogue and Industrial Relations
02 August 2018
Social dialogue is widely recognised as an important component of good governance of labour-related matters. It has key significance for the implementation of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and its goals (SDGs) at the national level. It is linked, in particular, to Goal 16 that requires, among other things, the development of effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels and of responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decisionmaking.
19 July 2018
The aim of this paper is to analyse the regulation and practice of social dialogue in the public service at the European Union (EU) level and within a group of EU countries, with a focus on the forms of social dialogue other than collective bargaining and their evolution after the onset of the 2008 economic crisis.
Provisional Record No. 6B (Rev.)
Reports of the Recurrent Discussion Committee: Social dialogue and tripartism: Summary of proceedings
10 July 2018
EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 246
10 July 2018