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Labour regulation: Addressing the complex realities of post-crisis employment

Several hundred experts meeting at the ILO Regulating for Decent Work Conference call for robust labour regulation to help deliver decent work and look to innovation to tackle unacceptable forms of work.

Labour regulation: Addressing the complex realities of post-crisis employment

Several hundred experts meeting at the ILO Regulating for Decent Work Conference call for robust labour regulation to help deliver decent work and look to innovation to tackle unacceptable forms of work.

Video: Paul Wolfson on minimum wages

Paul Wolfson from the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, USA examines the impact of minimum wages on employment and inequality.

Labour market challenges for occupational safety and health

16/07/2015

Labour market challenges for occupational safety and health

Globalisation and a fast-developing social context have important consequences for the labour market and by extension to health and safety at work. The ageing workforce, increasing participation rates for women and greater movement of workers to and...

New challenges in modern society for the world of work and OSH

30/06/2015

New challenges in modern society for the world of work and OSH

New forms of work, risk factors and types of risk are emerging due to changes in society, technologies and work organisation. Based on EU-OSHA’s report on priorities for occupational safety and health research 2013-2020, a new publication on the...

The ILO must lead on the future of work

The ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, called for a global initiative on the future of work led by the ILO's tripartite constituents. Addressing delegates at the 104th International Labour Conference, he also outlined an agenda that includes a proposed international labour standard on the transition from the informal to formal economy.

The Changing Nature of Jobs

Raymond Torres, Head of the ILO Research department, introduces the new annual flagship report “World Economic and Social Outlook 2015” to be launched by the International Labour Organization on Monday, 18 May.

From Prevention to Protection of Workers: The role of Trade Unions

The right on health and safety workplace is a fundamental human right and decent work implies safe work. As one of the key actors in the world of work, trade unions have an active role to play in building a culture of prevention on occupational safety and health, both at national and workplace levels.

Modernisation of social protection systems: Stocktaking report on Member States progress on social investment reforms

A report commissioned by the European Commission to the European Social Policy Network of independent experts published today shows that Member States have made progress in implementing reforms toward social investment but there still a lot to be done for the modernisation of the social protection systems across the European Union.

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