COVID-19 and employment policies: Resources and tools

Other resources

  1. Promoting decent work in platform work

    17 March 2021

  2. Digital skills and the future of work: Challenges and opportunities in a post COVID-19 environment (WISIS Session 216, 29 July 2020)

    11 December 2020

    This note is based on the WISIS Forum 2020 session “Digital skills and the future of work: challenges and opportunities in a post COVID-19 environment” hosted by ITU.

  3. © PEO ACWA 2021

    Q&A on: Robotics and reshoring - Employment implications for developing countries

    13 August 2020

    This new publication explores the implications of increasing automation through case studies across four different sectors in developing countries. The volume examines how robotics and reshoring can affect both the quantity and quality of jobs, focusing on workers at the shop-floor level. This Question and Answer gives a brief overview of the motivations for producing the volume and its findings.

  4. COVID-19: Impact on trade and employment in developing countries

    12 August 2020

    This policy brief addresses the impact of COVID-19 on global trade and the subsequent impact on employment, with an emphasis on implications for developing countries.

  5. The shift to online learning and skills training shows promising trends and troubling signs

    12 May 2020

  6. Helping the “double casualties” of COVID-19

    05 May 2020

  7. Policy brief: Protecting migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: Recommendations for policy-makers and constituents

    04 May 2020

  8. Work, peace and resilience

    21 April 2020

  9. © ILO 2021

    ILO to publish updated figures on employment impact of COVID-19

    03 April 2020

  10. The Global Skills for Employment Knowledge Sharing Platform (Global KSP)

    17 September 2010

    A collaborative tool created through cooperation among the ILO, UNESCO, the OECD and the World Bank for business, employers’ organizations, governments, trade unions and international organizations to access information and share experiences on what works to improve employability and productivity. The Global KSP addresses some of the most pressing skills challenges facing economies today including, future skills needs anticipation, financing of training, and youth employment.