ILO in the Philippines
World Employment and Social Outlook 2023
Ensure decent work for key workers
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how societies have undervalued essential workers, as well as the importance of giving such workers adequate pay and decent working conditions.
World Employment and Social Outlook 2023: The value of essential work
Employment-related gender gaps greater than previously thought
A new indicator developed by the International Labour Organization finds that women’s access to employment, working conditions and pay gap have barely improved in the past two decades.
Learn more about International Women's week 2023 at the ILO
Labour market information
Maximizing Philippine labour market intelligence for local skills needs
ILO-UK programme’s pilots in Visayas regions assist various TVET actors’ efforts to reduce jobs-skills mismatches in the Philippines and link skills systems to local economic development.
Industry-led skills training
Changing lives, breaking glass ceilings
Message of support at the Labor and Employment Plan 2023-2028 Visayas Consultation
World Employment and Social Outlook 2023: The value of essential work [Digital guide]
Labour standards & legislation
Skills for Prosperity Programme in the Philippines
This ILO-led programme funded by the United Kingdom Government aims to contribute to increasing national capacity to achieve sustained and inclusive growth through the enhancement of skills development and technical vocational education and training systems