Publications on tripartism and social dialogue

  1. Publication

    Employers' Handbook on Managing HIV/AIDS in the Workplace - HIV/AIDS Care and Support in the Workplace

    01 November 2000

  2. Publication

    Your Voice at Work : global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at work

    26 October 2000

    Reports on freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining in ILO member States. Reviews the challenges and opportunities that globalization and social change present to the world of work, and their implications for freedom of association and collective bargaining and summarizes major trends in respect of these principles and rights. Assesses ILO assistance in their promotion and suggests a framework for future ILO action.

  3. Publication

    Collective Bargaining: ILO standards and the principles of the supervisory bodies

    01 January 2000

    Provides an analysis of the observations made by the Committee of Experts in 1998 and 1999 on the application of the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98) and related ILO standards

  4. Publication

    European works councils in multinational enterprises: Background, working and experience (MULTI 83)

    08 June 1999

    Multinational Enterprises Programme, Working Paper No. 84. Deals with the genesis of the Council Directive 94/45/EC and describes the establishment of a works council or of a procedure for the purposes of informing and consulting employees. Discusses the subsidiary requirements regarding information and consultation in case where no agreement has been reached. Analyses the possibility of concluding pre-existing agreements (1994-1996). Includes the text of the Directive (1994 and 1997), the state of transposition of the 1994 Directive into national law, a list of companies which have concluded voluntary agreements and, finally, experience with Article 13 agreements, as evaluated by the ETUC.

  5. Publication

    Employment-Intensive Infrastructure Programmes: Capacity building for contracting in the construction Sector

    01 January 1999

    Provides a set of guidelines for programmes which aim to integrate cost-effective employment-intensive approaches into infrastructure works while respecting basic labour standards and working conditions.

  6. Publication

    Workplace cooperation. An introductory guide (EASMAT/BANGKOK)

    26 September 1998

    Includes the texts of the Workers' Representatives Convention, 1971 (No. 135), the Cooperation at the Level of the Undertaking Recommendation, 1952 (No. 94), the Consultation (Industrial and National Levels) Recommendation, 1960 (No. 113), the Communications within the Undertaking Recommendation, 1967 (No. 129), and the Examination of Grievances Recommendation, 1967 (No. 130).

  7. Publication

    Employment-intensive infrastructure programmes : labour policies and practices

    01 February 1998

    Based on studies and the experience of ILO technical cooperation projects. Includes recommendations for government ministries, and workers’ and employers’ organizations.

  8. Publication

    International labour standards. A workers' education manual

    01 January 1998

    Provides an overview of the ILO’s standard-setting activities. Outlines the procedures for the adoption of standards. Analyses supervisory and promotional activities designed to ensure effective application. Cover developments up to mid-1997.

  9. Publication

    Unions in a changing world: Problems and prospects in selected industrialized countries

    03 September 1997

    Comprises a comparative analysis of current problems facing trade unions in adjusting to economic, technological, labour market, legislative and attitudinal changes. Based on responses of 11 trade union confederations to a questionnaire and on monographs received from the confederations.

  10. Publication

    Workers’ financial participation. East-West experiences (LMR 80)

    06 July 1995

    Focuses on pay schemes which provide, in addition to fixed pay, a variable portion of remuneration linked to some measure of enterprise performance. Discusses advantages and disadvantages of different schemes, the economic, institutional and organizational contexts which encourage their development, and the characteristics of schemes that make them more or less favourable to workers. Countries are treated separately.