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WESO 2016: Our World Today

The weak growth of 2015, coupled with slowdowns in major economies, spells trouble for the world of work in over the next few years. ILO researchers Veronica Escudero and Sameer Khatiwada lay out the challenges world economies will face by 2017. (Closed Captions available)

WESO 2016: Our World Tomorrow

The world of work faces significant challenges in the coming decade, with technological shifts, population aging and struggling economies changing the way we work. ILO researchers Sameer Khatiwada and Veronica Escudero lay out the future trends of 2016 and beyond. (Closed Captions available)

Ideas on the future of work: Raymond Torres

The International Labour Organization hosted a discussion looking at the future of work and the implications of technology on jobs. Raymond Torres, Director of the ILO Research Department, introduces the Future of Work Cenenary Initiative.

Social Partners Lunch Debate:​ The European Semester - Towards a stronger involvement of social partners?

Since 2013 the European Commission, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the European social partners have assessed in different communications, position papers or notes the role that national social partners should play and are playing in the European Semester. At EU level, the involvement of the social partners in the European Semester process has...

Collective bargaining in Europe in the 21st century

Collective bargaining systems in the EU have undergone a steady change since the end of the 1990s. But as businesses across Europe struggle to respond to intensifying global competition, pressure from employers for greater flexibility in collective bargaining is increasing, especially since the 2008 economic crisis. This report sets out to map developments in all major aspects of collective...

Developments in working life in Europe: EurWORK annual review 2014

Developments in Working Life in Europe is part of a series of annual reviews published by Eurofound and provides an overview of the latest developments in industrial relations and working conditions across the European Union and Norway. The Annual Review collates information based on reports from Eurofound’s network of European correspondents throughout 2014, complemented by recent...

Collective bargaining coverage down as a result of the global financial crisis

New research from the ILO quantifies changes to the coverage of global collective bargaining after 2008. While some countries have experienced increased coverage, most have seen declines.

Collective bargaining coverage down as a result of the global financial crisis

New research from the ILO quantifies changes to the coverage of global collective bargaining after 2008. While some countries have experienced increased coverage, most have seen declines.

Labour market institutions: One index to rule them all

How well are EU governments doing in terms of labour market rules and policies? Does the quality of their action match labour market outcomes, such as getting a job or moving from a temporary to a permanent contract? Do successful countries have something in common? We created a "super-index" to find out.

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