Fair recruitment and decent work for women migrant workers in South Asia and the Middle East - Global Component - Midterm Evaluation Summary
02 March 2017
Project: GLO/13/53/UKM - Evaluation consultants: Amy Jersild, Asha D'Souza, Hanan Kwinana, Jhabindra Bhandari
22 February 2017
Preparatory Meeting of the Americas to the IV Global Conference on Sustained Eradication of Child Labour Buenos Aires, February 22-23, 2017
15 February 2017
This report considers the impact of telework/ICT-mobile work on the world of work. It synthesises research carried out by Eurofound’s network of European correspondents and ILO country experts.
Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 85
15 December 2016
The present report assesses the social and economic impact of the changes in the regulatory framework of collective bargaining in Greece.
25 November 2016
Global Action Programme on Migrant Domestic Workers and their Families
24 November 2016
This report is part of a broader ILO strategy to promote Decent Work for Domestic Workers. It builds on knowledge generated in the context of the European Union-funded Action Programme on Migrant Domestic Workers and their Families (2013–2016).
16 November 2016
The report analyses the incidence and trends of non-standard forms of employment globally and explores the reasons behind this phenomenon, including changes in the world of work brought about by globalization and social change.
Promotion of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work as Tools for Peace in Myanmar (Final Evaluation Summary)
01 November 2016
Project: MMR/13/12/EEC - Evaluation Consultants: Ana García-Femenía & Thet Hnin
Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 59
The (missing) link between wages and productivity in the Philippines: What role for collective bargaining and the new two-tier wage system?
07 October 2016
Issue Brief no. 4 - Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining
27 September 2016
Inequality of opportunity, treatment and outcomes between women and men still persists in global labour markets. Achieving gender equality in the workplace remains one of the biggest challenges for governments, social partners and management at enterprise level. Gender-based discrimination often occurs at the recruitment stage on grounds of pregnancy, or potential child bearing and rearing and the gender pay gap remains high across the world. In addition, women are more likely to be affected by violence at work, whether physical, psychological or sexual. This Issue Brief focuses on the obstacles to gender equality at work and how collective bargaining can be used as an effective tool to overcome these challenges.