Publications on Collective bargaining and labour relations

2022

  1. Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia

    Employment, wages and productivity in the Asian garment sector: Taking stock of recent trends

    24 June 2022

    The report takes stock of employment, wages and productivity in the Asian garment sector by exploring data and policy insights to highlight trends, patterns and ways forward for a better future of work. By utilising updated data insights, the report outlines persisting decent work deficits as the garment sector evolves, and the prioritised support needed to overcome such challenges.

  2. ILO Working paper 70

    A global analysis of worker protest in digital labour platforms

    21 June 2022

    This paper presents findings from the Leeds Index of Platform Labour Protest, a database of platform worker protest events around the world in four platform sectors: ride-hailing, food delivery, courier services and grocery delivery for the period January 2017 to July 2020. The findings show that the single most important cause of platform worker protest is pay, followed by employment status, and health and safety.

  3. Report

    Gender Pay Gap in Portugal

    14 June 2022

  4. Executive Summary

    Social Dialogue Report 2022: Collective bargaining for an inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery

    05 May 2022

  5. Flagship Report

    Social Dialogue Report 2022: Collective bargaining for an inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery

    05 May 2022

    This first edition of this new ILO flagship report focuses on collective bargaining.

  6. Publication

    Globalization and freedom of association and collective bargaining rights

    18 March 2022

    Chapter 2 in the Handbook on Globalisation and Labour Standards

  7. Publication

    Collective bargaining outcomes on gender equality in France

    28 February 2022

  8. Publication

    Guidance on Bilateral labour migration agreements

    17 February 2022

    Bilateral labour migration agreements if based on international labour standards can be a key tool in labour migration governance which ensures safe, orderly and regular labour migration.

    To support the development of such agreements, this guidance was produced by a multi-stakeholder thematic working group under the United Nations Network on Migration, co-chaired by ILO with IOM.

2021

  1. Governance and Tripartism Department

    Access to labour justice: Judicial institutions and procedures in selected European countries

    21 December 2021

    Overview of procedural elements for access to labour justice in judicial dispute resolution institutions

  2. Governance and Tripartism Department

    Access to labour justice: Judicial institutions and procedures in selected Asian & Pacific countries

    21 December 2021

    Overview of procedural elements for access to labour justice in judicial dispute resolution institutions