• © Jay Ee

    Addressing major labour market challenges in the world of work: What are the implications for promoting employment?


    In the world of work, a torrent of change has triggered multiple job crises raising the magnitude and complexity of employment challenges to unprecedented levels. Labour markets are reeling from disruptive mega-trends that weren’t on our radar just a decade ago. To address these challenges, we need updated national employment policies. In this podcast, ILO Employment Policy Expert Sher Verick explains.


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    Vision Zero Fund Forum 2024


    The 2024 Vision Zero Fund Forum took place against the backdrop of ongoing global developments, including the recognition of occupational safety and health (OSH) as a fundamental principle and right at work, dynamic changes in the world of work and supply chains, and the urgent need to address the impact of climate change on the safety and health of workers. The Forum provided a space to collectively shape the future of OSH in supply chains.


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    Workplace mental health: It’s ok not to be ok


    One in five employees will experience mental illness in their lifetime. Find out in the ILO Future of Work podcast, the four steps that employers can take to minimize workplace mental health stresses.


  • Building a social protection system that reflects the realities of women's lives in Viet Nam

    Cao Thi Hong Minh works at the Viet Nam Women's Union. She is at the forefront of her union’s work, in partnership with the ILO, to train hundreds of its members in advocacy and in gender-sensitive social protection systems across Viet Nam.


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