Tools and Services on National Employment Policies


  1. Web page

    Course: (Turin) Learning Forum on Innovations in Public Investment and Employment Programmes

    08 August 2017

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    Course: (Delhi and Kabul) One Year Training Programme for Afghanistan (2017)

    08 August 2017

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    Interagency Social Protection Assessment (iSPA) tool

    08 August 2017

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    08 August 2017

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    Course: (Turin) Macroeconomic policies, jobs and inclusive growth (annual)

    08 August 2017

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    Course: (Turin) Employment Policy Course (annual)

    08 August 2017

  7. Publication

    Promoting Collective Bargaining:Collective Bargaining Convention, 1981 (No. 154), Collective Bargaining Recommendation, 1981 (No. 163)

    08 August 2017

  8. Employment Policy Brief

    New automation technologies and job creation and destruction dynamics

    12 May 2017

    This policy brief addresses the following question: is the labour-replacing potential of the technological revolution so far-reaching that it is inherently different from what has been experienced in the past, and on balance is an inhibitor rather than a generator of decent work?

  9. Publication

    Zambia’s Employment Outlook: Diversification, Formalization and Education

    26 April 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 212

  10. ILO What Works Research Brief No. 7

    Regulating the use of temporary contracts by enterprises

    09 March 2017

    The use of temporary employment allows enterprises to adjust their workforces to changing circumstances. However, an over-reliance on the use of temporary workers can lead to productivity challenges, both for individual firms and for the overall economy. Legislation governing the use of temporary contracts plays an important role in influencing firms’ decisions on how intensively to rely on temporary labour.