ILO: Social protection coverage has improved in ASEAN, but migrant workers remain among the least protected
18 December 2018
Despite considerable progress made in the expansion of social security coverage of migrant workers in ASEAN, migrant workers remain among the least protected, says the International Labour Organization (ILO) in a new study.
10 December 2018
A new free digital platform helps migrant workers compare money transfer costs and locate support organizations.
05 December 2018
Some countries of origin are losing the most productive part of their workforce, the study says.
26 November 2018
The latest ILO Global Wage report finds global wage growth has been weak while the gender pay gap, at about 20 per cent globally, remains unacceptably high.
12 November 2018
The accord includes specific labour requirements to ensure that the free flow of trade will contribute to sustainable development and enable workers and businesses to enjoy fair share of economic gains.
09 November 2018
The framework will help the country address its industrial relations challenges and comply with its labour commitments in free trade deals.
08 November 2018
Collective bargaining is a fundamental right. Effective collective bargaining can reduce wildcat strikes and build harmonious industrial relations.
24 October 2018
The revised Labour Code is expected to better protect workers from discrimination based on gender, disability and age.
10 October 2018
The 11th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour with the theme “Digitalization to Promote Decent Work for Migrant Workers in ASEAN” will focus on how leveraging digitalization can protect the rights of workers through increased transparency in migration management.
04 October 2018
Better Work and Vietnamese garment industry partners gather to discuss sustainability in an era of uncertainty.
01 October 2018
The list of labour and employment indicators serves as the basis for monitoring and evaluation of the Viet Nam Sustainable Development Goals’ targets.
26 September 2018
The delegation aimed to identify decent work challenges faced by Vietnamese workers and find solutions to address them as more and more major Japanese companies are choosing Viet Nam to locate their factories.
30 July 2018
ILO’s fundamental conventions provide for rights that should enable labour market actors in Viet Nam to decide on and support the adjustments to labour market governance necessitated by trade liberalization.
27 July 2018
The network, which includes 50 trade unions of industrial zones, processing zones and economic zones in 48 cities and provinces across the country, is a ‘soft’ mechanism based on a voluntary basis, to support each another in performing trade union functions and tasks.
26 July 2018
Five winning proposals will receive funding and capacity building support to complete their research by end of this year.
25 June 2018
A national forum calls on the legal framework to be expanded to the informal economy where the majority of child labourers are found.
15 June 2018
He praises efforts by businesses in Viet Nam to conduct social dialogues and corporate social responsibilities, which can contribute to the long-term socio-economic development of the country.
31 May 2018
Party Resolution 27-NQ/TW, one of the two important documents issued as the result of the Central Party meeting on 7-12 May 2018, takes into account ILO Viet Nam’s suggestions in reforming the country’s wage policies.
31 March 2018
Awl, a highly-rated Korean soap opera, is on VTV2 every evening.
22 March 2018
A new joint action by the European Union, the ILO and the OECD on responsible supply chains will promote corporate social responsibility (CSR)/responsible business conduct (RBC) with regard to decent work, environmental sustainability and respect for human rights.