05 May 2022
This working paper gives an overview of legal standards related to personal data protection. It explores trends, principles and good practices and brings them in relation to the world of work.
(Un)Employment and skills formation in Chile: An exploration of the effects of training in labour market transitions
24 March 2022
This paper analyses the effects of training on labour market transitions in Chile, using individual-level panel data. It finds that training reduces post-training unemployment, but also shows that the equalizing effects of the training policies are not fully leveraged.
Gender equality and women’s empowerment in the world of work in fragile, conflict and disaster settings
21 March 2022
17 March 2022
Interest in the topic of well-being has burgeoned in recent years as the weaknesses of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita as a proxy for well-being have become more apparent. At the same time, the global economy has experienced a productivity slowdown, with negative implications for the most important long-term source of sustainable gains in living standards. The objective of this report is to survey the current state of research on the two-way linkages between productivity and well-being in the context of these developments The report discusses measurement issues related to both productivity and well-being, reviews the literature on the channels running from productivity to well-being, and discusses the literature on the linkages running from well-being to productivity.
Costs and benefits of investing in transformative care policy packages: A macrosimulation study in 82 countries
09 March 2022
07 March 2022
The report provides a global overview of national laws and practices regarding care policies, namely maternity protection, paternity, parental and other care-related leave policies, as well as childcare and long-term care services.
21 February 2022
02 February 2022
This brief provides information about the health impact of telework and guidance on how to organize telework to protect and promote physical and mental health and social wellbeing of workers.
17 January 2022
This ILO flagship report details the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on the world of work.
Towards a human-centred agenda: Human resource management in the BRICS countries in the face of global challenges
02 December 2021
This book examines novel evidence of human-centred human resources management (HRM) practices in five leading emerging economies, namely Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa.