Ahead of the 100th Session of the International Labour Conference in Geneva in June 2011, LAB/ADMIN has published a report that discusses the developments and future challenges for national systems of labour administration and labour inspection. This Report will be used as the basis for the ILC General Discussion on the same themes.
This “Guide to Selected Labour Inspection Systems” is part of a research programme in the area of labour administration and labour inspection carried out by the ILO Labour Inspection and Administration Programme (LAB/ADMIN) with a view to better understanding the functioning of the various systems in the world.
03 November 2014
Issues paper for discussion at the Global Dialogue Forum on the Adaptability of Companies to Deal with Fluctuating Demands and the Incidence of Temporary and Other Forms of Employment in Electronics
15 August 2014
Issues Paper for discussion at the Global Dialogue Forum on Wages and Working Hours in the Textiles, Clothing, Leather and Footwear Industries
08 July 2014
This guide book builds on a number of global and regional materials on gender equality, discrimination and labour inspections. It is aimed to provide labour administrations in the Arab states with modern understanding and tools to use labour inspections strategically to enforce gender and non-discrimination related principles and rights at work with a vision to contribute to the realization of women’s economic and social empowerment in the Arab world.
22 January 2014
While the challenge of flexibility continues to act as a powerful driver for change in European labour markets, many countries are experiencing an increasing dualism or segmentation between workers with stable employment relationships and those with temporary contracts. This has led governments and social partners to open a debate on the introduction of single employment contract.
16 October 2013
This timely volume provides a unique and comprehensive overview of the evolution of labour administration in China and details the recent reforms of its legislation and institutions. It gives a clear explanation of the principles and practical working of labour administrations in workplace-specific issue such as occupational safety and health, labour relations, and working conditions, as well as in the public employment services, labour inspection and social security services.
21 August 2013
The purpose of this study is to consider the role that national labour inspection systems in the EU have as part of a strategic policy response to undeclared work. It was coordinated by the ILO’s Labour Administration and Inspection Programme (LAB/ADMIN) in cooperation with the European Commission’s Labour Law Unit.
12 July 2013
The protection of the employment relationship, placed within the contract of employment, has been at the heart of the International Labour Organization’s agenda since the middle of the 1990’s. The employment relationship is the natural evolution of what previously represented the master-and-servant model. The employment relationship within the contract model operates as a framework for both the protection of workers and the guaranteeing of the exercise of fundamental rights at work.
19 June 2013
The main purpose of this publication is to provide ILO constituents and other readers with an analysis of current developments and trends in ministries of labour all around the world.
30 April 2013
During the general discussion on labour administration and labour inspection at the 100th Session of the International Labour Conference in June 2011, delegates pointed out that labour inspection cannot be fully understood without considering the procedures for imposing sanctions or penalties. These procedures are necessary as a remedy for violations, while also acting as deterrent.
08 April 2013
This needs assessment of Uganda's labour administration and inspection system was carried out at the request of the Uganda Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (MGLSD) following a mission by ILO officials in December 2011.
07 April 2013
This study considers the importance of labour inspection in Arab countries, and the need to improve its effectiveness in an environment facing dramatic political, economic and social change.
27 February 2013
The aim of the assessment was to identify the good practices and shortcomings of the labour inspectorates and of the labour inspection system, taking into account the principles stated by Conventions 1947 (No. 81) and 1969 (No. 129). This report focuses on the need to strengthen the labour inspection system in Bosnia and Herzegovina and contains a number of recommendations.
27 November 2012
This needs assessment of Viet Nam's labour inspection system was carried out at the request of the Viet Nam Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) following a mission by ILO officials in February 2012. The assessment is part of the Government's initiative to strengthen its labour inspection institutions and practices at the same time as the country's labour law is being revised.
12 October 2012
This publication is a set of good practices on labour inspection with respect to HIV and AIDS which was prepared jointly by the LAB/ADMIN and the ILO Programme on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work (ILO/AIDS). It is a tool for labour inspectors, workers and employers to improve their understanding about the linkages between labour inspection and HIV and AIDS.
09 May 2012
This paper is intended to present the highlights of the recent labour market reform in Italy, as proposed by the Monti Government in April 2012. The reform deals with the entire spectrum of topical issues concerning the modernization of the labour market in the country with a view to aligning the system to other European countries.
25 April 2012
This Working Document presents selected International Labour Conventions and Recommendations as well as guiding principles concerning Labour Administration and Labour Inspection. The relevant resolutions and conclusions of various ILO regional conferences and meetings have also been included.
15 April 2012
With the request of the Secretary of the Ministry of Labour and Labour Relations, the ILO sent a technical mission to Colombo. The purpose of the mission was to elaborate a technical memorandum with the objective of contributing to the strengthening and improving of the implementation mechanism and human resources capacity of the Ministry (in particular, its labour inspection), in order to deliver services in an effective and efficient manner.
29 February 2012
At the request of the Permanent Secretary of the Namibian Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, the ILO sent a technical mission to Namibia to elaborate a technical memorandum with the objective to contribute to strengthening and improving of the implementation mechanism and human resources capacity of the Ministry, in order to deliver services in an effective and efficient manner.
26 January 2012
This paper deals with the adjustment and modernization of labour law in a period of global crisis which, according to the author: “confirmed the unsustainability of economic models that had been thought of as well established”.
31 August 2011
This report describes the main features of the UK legal system for enforcement of labour standards, with a focus on the key strategies and sanctions available to government agencies responsible for oversight and enforcement of minimum employment standards and occupational health and safety.