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  1. Publication

    Quick guide on sources and uses of collective bargaining statistics

    02 November 2018

    Collective bargaining statistics are crucial to assess labour markets but also the state of industrial relations. However, the particularities linked with the data sources and data quality make collective bargaining statistics a very challenging field of labour statistics. Get information about all the main aspects of collective bargaining statistics in this quick guide.

  2. Publication

    TOR - Rights at Work: Promoting Harmonious Labour Relations through Collective Bargaining in China - midterm evaluation

    29 October 2018

    The ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia is seeking expressions of interest from qualified individuals to conduct an internal mid-term evaluation of “Rights at Work: Promoting Harmonious Labour Relations through Collective Bargaining in China”. More information please consult the attached TOR. The deadline to submit expression of interest for undertaking the evaluation is by 5.00 pm (Beijing time) on Friday, 9 November 2018. Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Evaluation of CB China Project” to the Evaluation Manager, Ms Zhou Jie (zhoujie@ilo.org) and copied to Ms. Pamornrat Pringsulaka, pamornrat@ilo.org

  3. Project

    Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain

    23 October 2018

    The project aims to foster a partnership approach among the partners on promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW) for a sustainable cotton supply chain in Pakistan.

  4. Publication

    India Wage Report: Wage policies for decent work and inclusive growth

    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.

  5. Myanmar

    ILO and major garment trade unions sign agreement to promote social dialogue

    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.

  6. Labour rights

    Sub-regional network of Labour Dispute Agencies meet in Serbia

    19 July 2018

    An average of approx. 3,000 cases are handled every year by Alternative Dispute Resolution Agencies in Western Balkans, with a settlement rate of approx. 70 %. The vast majority are individual disputes related to dismissal and non-payment of wages. The ILO organized the third Annual Meeting of the Eastern European network of these agencies on 4-6 July, 2018 in Arandjelovac, Serbia exchanging on how to further scale up these services.

  7. Publication

    Social dialogue in the public service in selected countries of the European Union

    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.