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World Day for Safety and Health at Work is a United Nations international day that is celebrated every April 28. It promotes safe, healthy and decent work. It has been observed by the International Labour Organization (ILO) since 2003. This day tends to improve occupational safety and health and looks to the future for continuing ..
Category: Important Days & Events Current Affairs
Topics: Decent work • Environmental social science • Human activities • Industrial hygiene • International labour law • International Labour Organization • Occupational safety and health • Organizations • Seoul Declaration on Safety and Health at Work • United Nations Development Group • Workers' Memorial Day
According to Global Wage Report 2018-19 published by International Labour Organization (ILO), women are paid most unequally in India, compared to men, when it comes to hourly wages for labour. This gap in wages, known as gender wage gap is the highest among 73 countries studied in the report. The findings are based on data ..
Category: Reports & Indexes Current Affairs
Topics: Business • Economy • Employment • Equal pay for equal work • Feminist economics • Gender gap • Gender pay gap • Gender wage gap • Global Wage Report • ILO • India • International labour law • International Labour Organization • Labour law • Misogyny • Real wages • Reports • Social Issues • Wages and salaries • Women Related Issues
The International Domestic Workers Day (IDWD) is celebrated every year across the world on June 16 to assert the rights of this vast but hidden workforce. On this day in 2011, IDWD was declared to commemorate the adoption of International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention C189. C189 set labour standards for domestic workers such as rest ..
Topics: Convention on Domestic Workers • Domestic work • Domestic worker • Humans • International labour law • International Labour Organization • Labor • Labour law • Law by country • Migrant domestic workers • Migrant workers • Myrtle Witbooi
The Core Labor Standards are a set of four fundamental, universal and individual human rights set out in eight Fundamental International Labor organization human rights conventions.The standards are among the most widely ratified ILO (international labor organization) conventions. With the 1998 ILO “Declaration of the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” this universal obligation now ..
Topics: Collective bargaining • Declaration of Philadelphia • Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work • Human rights • Human rights instruments • International labour law • International Labour Organization • Labor relations • Labour law • Rights • United Nations Development Group