Today, the number of workplaces subject to inspection dwarfs the resources available to inspect them, leading to a situation in which workers are unprotected, violators operate with impunity, and unfair competition for compliant businesses pervades.
ILO's strategic compliance model provides labour inspectorates with a new methodology to achieve compliance outcomes in light of limited resources, mismatched powers and a need to shoulder greater responsibility for promoting compliance in the ever-evolving world of work.
During the 27 November-8 December Academy on Workplace Compliance, representatives of labour inspectorates, ministries of labour, social partners and other stakeholders share insights and experiences and discuss key issues, trends and challenges relating to workplace compliance through labour inspection.
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11 March 2019
Fishing sector is considered as one of the important sectors for Indonesia. To ensure labour rights of fishing workforce, Indonesia continue to improve its labour inspection in the fishing sector, with support of the ILO.
07 December 2018
The Governance and Tripartism Department of the ILO attended the evaluation and programming meetings of the Arab Centre for Labour Administration and Employment (ACLAE) held in Tunis on the 4th and 5th December 2018.
7th ASEAN Labour Inspection Conference Strategic Labour Inspection for Decent Work Including in Global Supply Chains
05 October 2018
The Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health Branch, together with the Decent Work Team and Country Office of the ILO in Bangkok, and the Vision Zero Fund supported the organization of the The Seventh ASEAN Labour Inspection Conference.
05 September 2018
Indonesia continue to improve its labour inspection in fishing sector to secure decent work for Indonesian fishers. Improving compliance is critical to ensure the sustainability of the country's fishing sector, its access to global markets and as a future contributor to jobs and livelihoods for many Indonesians.
Labour administration is a major source of information in its fields of competence for government, employers and workers; it is an active intermediary in the prevention and settlement of labour disputes; it is an informed observer of the trends in society by virtue of its special links with the social partners; it is a provider of effective solutions to the evolving needs of its users; it bears responsibility for an increasing part of public expenditure. Yet employers and workers are also calling for better resources for Ministries of Labour and inspectorates, to promote fairness and a 'level playing field', and to make Decent Work a reality.
The ILO Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health Branch (LABADMIN/OSH) aims at assisting constituents in promoting Decent Work through the strengthening of labour administration machinery, including labour inspection, and making them more effective. The 2008 ILO Declaration of Social Justice for a Fair Globalization has reaffirmed the need to "strengthen the ILO's capacity to assist its members’ efforts to reach the ILO's objectives in the context of globalization… and of promoting social dialogue and tripartism as the most appropriate methods for (among other)… the building of effective labour inspection systems."