Working papers

2019

  1. Regulatory options for conflicts of law and jurisdictional issues in the on-demand economy

    08 July 2019

  2. Global supply chains and intangible assets in the automotive and aeronautical industries

    28 February 2019

  3. Statistics for SDG indicator 10.7.1: Draft Guidelines for their Collection

    08 February 2019

    This draft set of Guidelines for the collection of statistics for SDG indicator 10.7.1 on reducing recruitment costs, identifies a number of conceptual issues and definitions with respect to measuring recruitment costs borne by an employee as a proportion of monthly income earned in the country of destination. These guidelines have been produced by the ILO and the WB, as co-custodians of SDG Indicator 10.7.1, with the support of the EU funded ILO-REFRAME project and the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD). They have been validated through a consultative process with National Statistical Offices and, as a result of this process the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goals (IAEG-SDG) moved SDG indicator 10.7.1 from Tier 3 to Tier 2, in October 2019.

  4. The future of work in the health sector

    06 February 2019

    This paper explores how changing technology, demographics and other drivers will change work in the health care sector. Such changes will provide opportunities and pose challenges to governments, employers and workers in the field.

  5. The future of work in textiles, clothing, leather and footwear

    06 February 2019

    This working paper on the future of work in textiles, clothing, leather and footwear (TCLF) has been prepared for ILO constituents and other key actors in the TCLF industries to facilitate their discussions in the centennial year of the ILO and beyond.

  6. Multinational enterprises and social protection: A case study of the L’Oréal Share & Care Program​

    31 January 2019

    Recognizing the possible beneficial effects for workers and enterprises, many MNEs have undertaken or are currently planning to undertake programs to offer social protection to their employees, going beyond legal obligations. This is a voluntary effort by enterprises that falls under the CSR framework. In this regard, this paper analyses improvement in coverage due to the implementation of such a program, L’Oréal’s Share & Care, and explores the possible effects of the change in a large number of benefits on performance-related indicators. It is also the first attempt to examine the impact of a social program by a company participating in the Global Business Network.

  7. Piece rate pay and working conditions in the export garment sector

    18 January 2019

  8. Overtime work: A review of literature and initial empirical analysis

    18 January 2019

  9. Joint provision of income and employment support: Evidence from a crisis response in Uruguay

    16 January 2019

    This paper analyses the effects of the activation and income-support interventions of the comprehensive social assistance intervention PANES, launched in Uruguay in May 2005 as an emergency plan to respond to a sharp deterioration of economic and social conditions in the country since 1999. It exploits the particular setup of the programme to assess the effects of the income support Ingreso Ciudadano (IC), which covered the entire pool of PANES participants, and the active component Trabajo por Uruguay (TxU), a public works programme implemented to increase the employability and social inclusion of beneficiaries.

  10. Challenges and opportunities for decent work in the culture and media sectors

    14 January 2019

    The present study examines employment in culture and media in 16 countries, from four regions, and covering the very diverse world of the media and culture. This encompasses: musicians, actors, dancers, journalists, screenwriters, technicians and creators of audio-visual and live performances, and visual artists.