16 May 2018
16 May 2018
Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 94
29 March 2018
Factsheet no. 5 - Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining
19 March 2018
Workers have rights and entitlements that are established in laws, employment contracts, collective agreements and workplace rules, as well as in custom and practice (the way things are normally done – and have been done for a long time – in a particular workplace, industry or occupation). We say that workers have a grievance when they believe that some aspect of these is not being respected by their employer. Grievances are usually described as ‘individual’ when only one worker is involved and ‘collective’ when a group of workers all believe they are suffering from the same breach of the rules. Grievances relate to addressing infringements of existing rights and entitlements, from bullying or harassment, to underpayment of wages, refusal to grant rest periods, weekly rest days or public holidays, discrimination or underpayment of bonuses or other entitlements.
15 March 2018
This work examines industrial and employment relations in the emerging economies of Brazil, China, India, South Africa and Turkey while assessing the contribution of industrial relations to inclusive development.
ILO International Training Center - Turin
19 February 2018
Training course (ILO International Training Center)
16 February 2018
These training courses provide those in collective negotiations with knowledge of negotiation skills and techniques.
Issue Brief no. 1 - Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining
01 November 2017
Collective bargaining over wages and other working conditions between unions and employers is a key labour market institution in democratic societies. The coverage and impact of this institution varies over time and across countries. This policy brief examines differences in collective bargaining coverage for 75 countries.
Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 89
15 September 2017
09 August 2017