Publications on Collective bargaining and labour relations
Outcome 14: Freedom of association, collective bargaining (Final Evaluation Summary)
11 March 2014
Projects: GLO/11/57/SID; GLO/12/59/NOR Evaluation Consultant: Dr. Ana García Femenía
2014 Annual Review under the follow-up to the ILO 1998 Declaration - Compilation 2000-2014
07 March 2014
Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 46
Poverty, Inequality and Employment in Chile
03 March 2014
Living and working conditions in inland navigation in Europe
20 December 2013
This study explores various aspects of the inland navigation in the European region, addressing all the essential aspects in relation to the working and living conditions of the crews, including relevant laws and regulations, occupational safety and health, social security and enforcement, etc.
National Tripartite Social Dialogue: An ILO guide for improved governance
02 December 2013
This guide is part of the ILO’s effort to respond to the demand from ILO member States for technical support in the field of establishing or strengthening mechanisms for tripartite social dialogue at the policy level in line with international labour standards and good comparative practice
Regulating recruitment of migrant workers: An assessment of complaint mechanisms in Thailand
21 October 2013
This report provides the findings of an analysis of the legal framework and the complaint mechanisms for workers with grievances to seek redress - and puts forward recommendations for strengthening the system.
Equal Pay - An introductory guide
04 October 2013
Ensuring that the work done by women and men is valued fairly and ending pay discrimination is essential to achieving gender equality. However, pay inequality continues to persist and gender pay gaps in some instances have stagnated or even increased.
International Labour Review, Vol. 152 (2013), No. 2
The meta-regulation of European industrial relations: Power shifts, institutional dynamics and the emergence of regulatory competition
05 July 2013
“Meta-regulation” describes the transnational governance of industrial relations emerging from attempts to resolve conflicts between national collective agreements and EU Member States’ freedom to provide services and post workers abroad. The norm underpinning such meta-regulation is competition, not only between workers from different EU Member States but also between States’ labour regulations. Using the concepts of “structural power” and “social field”, the authors discuss judicial decisions that illustrate the gradual meta-regulation of industrial relations in the EU and show how the power asymmetry between labour and capital is growing in favour of the latter.
Regulating the employment relationship in Europe: A guide to Recommendation No. 198
02 April 2013
Over the recent years, there have been increasing developments at the European level regarding the employment relationship in legislation, case law, collective agreements and soft law. In this context, the ILO, and in particular the then Industrial and Employment Relations Department (DIALOGUE) undertook a strategic partnership with the European Labour Law Network (ELLN), a network of independent legal experts from all European Union Member States and European Economic Area countries, in order to produce an updated version of the 2007 annotated Guide with a specific focus on European countries.
The Russian version of the Guide is complemented by examples on law in practice on employment relationship in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Understanding the Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention
19 February 2013
This handbook explains Convention No. 169 (1989) to governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, as well as for indigenous and tribal peoples.