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
21 October 2014
Este estudio, escrito por Sandra Goldflus Wasser, trata sobre el marco legislativo y reglamentario para el funcionamiento de las agencias de empleo privadas y el impacto de la aplicación del Convenio sobre las agencias de empleo privadas, 1997 (núm. 181), en Argentina, Chile y Uruguay.
21 October 2014
The present paper is the product of a joint effort by the Sectoral Activities Department and the Cooperatives Unit of the International Labour Organization (ILO). This initiative supports the ILO’s commitment to promote forms of employment that safeguard the environment, eradicate poverty and promote social justice through sustainable enterprises and decent work, as reinforced by the international Labour Conference (ILC), at its 102nd session in June 2013.
29 September 2014
This study is one of a series of country studies commissioned by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) on non-standard work arrangements in the public sector. Its aim is to understand, firstly, the implications of this trend for the decent work objectives and, secondly, to identify appropriate policy responses. In doing so, we have also endeavoured to identify the gender dimension of non-standard work arrangements, and obtain data that is disaggregated by sex.
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
15 August 2014
This sectoral working paper, written by Gijsbert van Liemt, considers the occupational characteristics of cultural workers and their employment relationships and income, the role of the State in cultural and creative industries, and to what extent arts and culture set the trend for the rest of the labour market. It provides an overview of technological, business and financial changes occurring in recent years in the live performance, arts and culture subsector in some OECD countries and how these have affected employment relationships.
18 July 2014
This sectoral working paper, written by Andrew Bibby, discusses how the changes occurring in recent years in the media industry have affected employment relationships. He assesses whether media employment is becoming less secure, if freelance work is increasingly prevalent, and how effectively social dialogue is addressing the challenges of the industry.
16 June 2014
This booklet features snapshots of SECTOR’s work in tackling specific challenges in different sectors in 2012-13.
12 June 2014
This paper, written by LIU Genghua, discusses the development of private employment agencies in China, highlighting some of the main issues of concern to the agency industry.
08 April 2014
Issues paper for the Global Dialogue Forum on Employment Relationships in the Media and Culture Sector