Resources: Kazakhstan

  1. Kazakhstan ratifies the Part-Time Work Convention, 1994 (No. 175)

    25 May 2022

  2. Newsletter #1 -March 2022

    21 April 2022

  3. Newsletter #4 - December 2021

    30 December 2021

  4. ILO Moscow all-staff motivational team building event

    17 November 2021

    The online all-staff motivational event took place on 15 and 17 November 2021.

  5. Three Employers’ Organizations Launch Their New Websites

    11 November 2021

    All three websites – in Armenia, Georgia and Kazakhstan – were developed with the expertise and know-how of the International Labour Organization (ILO).

  6. Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Labour and Social Protection and the ILO Have Discussed Cooperation Plans for 2022

    03 November 2021

    Akmadi Sarbasov started off by stressing the importance of cooperation between the ILO and Kazakhstan. While 24 conventions were ratified and the underlying obligations integrated into the national legislation over the period of cooperation, Kazakhstan is currently in progress of becoming a party to Convention No. 175 on part-time work.

  7. Newsletter #3 - October 2021

    28 October 2021

  8. Application of key labour law provisions during the COVID-19 pandemic in Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and the Russian Federation

    26 October 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic has presented countries with unprecedented challenges. While understandable given the unprecedented scale of the economic impact, one of the questions that can be asked in this respect is whether businesses that terminated workers and/or reduced their working hours, did so in compliance with the requirements of the labour laws of their respective countries. To shed some light on this question, the ILO commissioned research in five countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, namely Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the Russian Federation. Researchers considered whether or not key provisions related to 1) the termination of employment; 2) the reduction of working hours; 3) annual leave; and 4) emergency provisions (i.e. state of emergency, force majeure, etc.) were applied in practiceю Based on the findings of the research, the report recommends that Government, in consultation with the social partners, ensure that legislative frameworks are emergency responsive and that a strategic compliance system is in place within which relevant institutions, such as courts and labour inspection services, can provide effective compliance guidance through the provision of advisory services and effective enforcement.

  9. ILO Launches a Flagship Course for Social Partners to Boost Interaction with UN System

    25 September 2021

    On 8-24 September 2021, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Training Center in Turin (ITCILO) organized an online training for social partners under the title of “Making the voices of social partners count in UN processes”. The course sought to build the capacities of the social partners in the sub-region to actively participate in the UN reform processes at the national level and meaningfully contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

  10. Challenges and prospects of the remuneration system discussed in Kazakhstan

    23 July 2021

    On July 23, Kazakhstan hosted an international round table entitled “The system of remuneration of labour in the Republic of Kazakhstan: challenges and prospects for improvement” It was organized by the Federation of Trade Unions of the Republic of Kazakhstan (FTURK ) and the International Labour Organization (ILO).