Organisation

International Labour Organization

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Managing conflicts and disasters: exploring collaboration between employers’ and workers’ organizations

This report looks at the potential for collaboration between employer and business membership organizations (EBMOs) and workers’ organizations in crises arising from conflicts and disasters.
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Health, safety and dignity of sanitation workers: an initial assessment

Sanitation workers provide an invaluable public service, vital to our daily lives and the environment. This report analyses the problems sanitation workers face – focusing on those emptying pits and tanks and maintaining sewers – and explore good practices around the world.
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Working conditions in a global perspective

By analysing positive and negative aspects of job quality in different countries and societies, this report provides a way to look beyond national explanations, to see how some groups of workers are affected more than others and understand the particular issues for women workers around...
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Non-standard employment around the world: understanding challenges, shaping prospects

Non-standard forms of employment (hereinafter “non-standard employment”, or “NSE”) have become a contemporary feature of labour markets around the world. Their overall importance has increased over the past few decades in both industrialized and developing countries, as their use has become more widespread across economic...
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Work on digital labour platforms in Ukraine: issues and policy perspectives

This study reveals the important opportunities that digital work provides for Ukrainian workers, but it also raises important questions on the sustainability of this work and of the future of the social model that it offers.