Enterprises and employers will need to make new investments to expand their involvement in educating, training and the reskilling of workers to support economic growth. And, workers will need to proactively upgrade their skills or acquire new ones through training, education and lifelong learning to remain employable.
The ILO helps its constituents foster a smooth transition to the new realities of the future world of work by assisting in the development of skills policies and systems linked to labour market needs; anticipating and building competencies for the jobs of the future; and, supporting the social inclusion of disadvantaged groups in skills development.
A resource guide to improve the design and implementation of apprenticeship systems and programmes.
A Skilled Workforce for Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth (A G20 Training Strategy)
8 November - 13 December 2022
29 April 2022
Employment Impact Assessments and Informality: The effectiveness of interventions to reduce informality in low- and middle-income countries
7 April 2022
28 March 2022