Hungary resources

  1. Working Paper No. 36: "Non-standard workers: Good practices of social dialogue and collective bargaining"

    26 April 2012

    This paper provides a comparative synthesis analysis of a series of national studies on non-standard work, collective bargaining and social dialogue in selected countries (Argentina,Colombia, India, Indonesia, Hungary, Japan and South Africa), which the Industrial and Employment Relations Department (DIALOGUE) of the ILO has conducted as a pilot project under the ILO’s Global Product on “Supporting collective bargaining and sound industrial relations”. The national studies aimed at identifying current and emerging non-standard forms of work arrangements within which workers are in need of protection; examining good practices in which people in non-standard forms of work are organized; analysing the role that collective bargaining and other forms of social dialogue play in improving the terms and conditions as well as the status of non-standard workers; and identifying good practices in this regard.

  2. The Impact of the Crisis on Work Inequalities and Wages in Europe

    The International Labour Organization is organizing a press conference and presentation of recently published ILO books on Work Inequalities in the Crisis: Evidence from Europe and The Impact of the Crisis on Wages in South-East Europe and Hungary.

  3. The Impact of the Crisis on Wages in South-East Europe

    31 January 2012

    What has been the wage impact of the financial and economic crisis in South-East Europe? What structural weaknesses in wage institutions have been highlighted by the crisis? And what are the policy issues that actors in the region – governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations – should urgently address?

  4. Pension reform in Central and Eastern Europe: in times of crisis, austerity and beyond

    19 December 2011

    The paper reviews the performance of the current pension system during the period of the global economic crisis, and through comparative analysis provides possible solutions to the challenges which these countries are facing.

  5. Labour Code, Law No. 1/2012 of 13 December 2011, unofficial English translation

    13 December 2011

  6. Experts Meeting on Pension Reform in Central and Eastern Europe

    To support the process to develop policy and strategy for pension reform, the ILO, cooperation with the Institute of Labour and Social Studies of Poland, organized an Experts meeting on Pension Reform in Central and Eastern Europe in Warsaw in the period of the Polish Presidency of the Council of the EU.

  7. Chemical Exposure Limits

    16 February 2011

    Recommended or mandatory occupational exposure limits (OELs) have been developed in many countries for airborne exposure to gases, vapours and particulates. The most widely used limits, called threshold limit values (TLVs), are those issued in the United States of America by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH).

  8. National Workshop on Labour Inspection and Undeclared Work Labour

    23 October 2009

    This paper was prepared as background material for the ILO meeting in Budapest (29-30 October 2009) on labour inspection and undeclared work in Europe. It highlights some of the different measures taken in law and in practice by EU countries through their labour administration and inspection systems. The document is not intended to be a comprehensive survey but rather a starting point for discussion towards a labour inspection policy on undeclared work.

  9. Agenda National Workshop on Labour Inspection and Undeclared Work

    23 October 2009

  10. Pension Reform in Serbia from international and regional perspectives

    25 September 2009

    Proceedings of the Conference on Pension Reform in Serbia (24-25 September 2009, Belgrade)