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  1. Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 105

    An analysis of multiparty bargaining models for global supply chains

    20 December 2018

    This working paper reviews one approach for realizing the goal of improving labour standards at the lower rungs of supply chains that has to date received relatively little scholarly attention: substantive, enforceable agreements between lead firms and unions or worker-based organizations.

  2. Video

    Advancing human rights at work - A look back at 2018

    14 December 2018

    2018 has been a significant year in advancing fundamental principles and rights at work. Working with governments, social partners and communities, the ILO FUNDAMENTALS Branch has helped those who cannot organize and bargain collectively, those suffering from discrimination, and those who are trapped in child labour and forced labour. There is much more to be done, and we look forward to accelerating progress and coordinating action towards our common goals over the coming years.

  3. Our impact, Their voices

    Myanmar apparel: ILO project helps factories to improve efficiency and productivity

    11 December 2018

    Garment manufacturing involves various operations carried out by different operators at different stations. If not executed efficiently, these operations may jeopardize productivity, cause economic loss, and ultimately damage workplace relations.

  4. Publication

    The Impact of Social Dialogue and Collective Bargaining on Working Conditions in SMEs: A Literature Review

    28 November 2018

  5. Collective Bargaining

    Mexico ratifies the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98)

    26 November 2018

  6. Industrial relations

    Myanmar garment industry managers trained on fair HR procedures

    20 November 2018

    The ILO has teamed up with twenty garment factories in Yangon to promote positive and sound industrial relations at the workplace level, and to build confidence between workers and employers through good HR practices.

  7. Publication

    TOR - Achieving Reduction of Child Labour In Support of Education – (ARISE II) Zambia - Independent final evaluation

    09 November 2018

    The International Labour Office (ILO) is looking for evaluators to conduct the final evaluation of “Achieving reduction of child labour in support of education (ARISE II) in Zambia”. The evaluation will be conducted by a two-person team of independent consultants – an evaluation team leader (international consultant) and an evaluation team member (national consultant). Both the consultants will work as a team according to the principles of independent evaluations. The evaluators should not have any connection with the project being evaluated. Further details are available in the attached ToR. Candidates intending to submit an expression of interest must supply the following information: To apply, please send your application by email to dereje@ilo.org . The application should clearly specify the position one is applying for i.e. ‘International Lead Consultant’ or ‘National Consultant’. Each application should contain the following: • A cover letter outlining relevant experience for this assignment • Detailed CV • A declaration that the applicant has no involvement with the project • A financial proposal, clearly outlining the days and fees Expected duration: Total 34 days (20 days for International and 14 days for national consultant) in Nov-Dec 2018. The deadline to submit expressions of interest for the evaluation is by close of business on 16th November 2018.