Meetings and events about digital labour platforms
Coordination Meeting on the Establishment of Joint Inspection Team for Labour Norms on Fisheries Vessels at Fishing Ports within the Jurisdiction of the Central Java Province
29 May 2023
The meeting aims to officially announce and introduce the issuance of the new regional secretary decree on the joint inspection in Central Java.
Digitalization during the Covid-19 Crisis: Implications for Productivity and Labor Markets in Advanced Economies
27 April 2023
Discussion note: The pandemic accelerated digitalization and triggered a partial catch-up by less digitalized entities in advanced economies
ACTRAV Labour Research Journey for Africa
Trade Union Unity in Africa: How can it be achieved?
11 April 2023
To stimulate the discussions and research on the challenge of revitalization within the trade union movement, the ILO’s Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV) will organize a Labour Research Journeys in April and May 2023. This series of webinars will bring together authors, researchers, academics, ILO representatives and leaders from trade unions. For Africa, the high-level regional webinar will focus on the theme” Trade Union Unity in Africa: How can it be achieved?”
67th Commission on the Status of Women - Side Event
Addressing the gender pay gap in the digital economy: an EPIC side event
16 March 2023
The Impact of Automation on job transitions and future skills needs
14 March 2023
This talk will examine the opportunities and challenges that workers who are at risk of job displacement resulting from automation could face in transitioning into the jobs that are expected to be created by the structural changes caused by automation.
An ecosystem approach to skilling: Insights from 85 innovative programs
8 March 2023
Opportunities for continuous up- and reskilling should be accessible to all workers in order to maintain the competitiveness of the workforce. However, our current systems for skill building are not ready to tackle this challenge: government, academia and employers chronically underinvest in adult learning, and do not (yet) collaborate efficiently to provide at scale, end-to-end skilling solutions. In our research at the BCG Henderson Institute, we studied early examples of "skilling ecosystems”, innovative programs that involve multiple stakeholders to deliver up/reskilling solutions to address a specific skill gap. In this session we will discuss the different types of such ecosystems, key success factors and selected best practices based on our database of 85 examples around the world.
Communications Training for Employers and Workers Organizations on Labour Standards, OSH and Gender Equality
27 February - 2 March 2023
The 4-day course aims to help actors in the organization to build capabilities to communicate and raise awareness on the promotion of workers’ rights in their workplaces, which weave the fabrics of formal and informal working conditions.
Workshop on Prevention of Violence and Harassment in the Workplace for Labour Inspectors
1 February 2023
The workshop aims to enhance and strengthen the awareness of social partners regarding ILO Convention No. 190 and the Law on Sexual Violence Act 12 of 2022 towards a safe working environment.
Gatekeeping the labour market: How Recruiters use AI to find and assess talent
10 January 2023
Advances in artificial intelligence, such as the advent of machine learning and the growth of big data, enable AI to be utilized to recruit, screen, and predict the success of applicants. This seminar will cover recent research on how employers can feel empowered to use AI responsibly so they can build a diverse, qualified workforce at scale.
The SKILLS Bridge - Episode 2: Digital transformations: Modernising apprenticeships and matching the needs of the digital economy
7 December 2022
The SKILLS Bridge: Harnessing the potential of public and private sectors through dual VET Systems and Quality Apprenticeships