The topic of “Labor” incorporates all actions related to enforcement of labor legislation and to ensuring the effective observance of fundamental principles and rights at work, including the fight against discrimination and the elimination of child and forced labor. In this context, it also includes actions to address labor conditions, including occupational health and safety, wages, labor informality and non-registered work.
|Meeting of the Workng Groups and First Preparatory Meeting of the IACML in Quito||Highlights||LABOR, Enforcement and awareness of labor legislation, Child labor, Informality and non-registered work, EMPLOYMENT, Professional training and skills certification, Labor migration, Gender equity, Youth employment, LABOR RELATIONS, Collective bargaining and freedom of association, Individual and collective conflict resolution, Social dialogue, SOCIAL SECURITY, MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, International cooperation|
|Methodology for Building Employment and Wage Indicators in an Electronic Format||Bilateral Cooperation||LABOR, Labor inspection, MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS, Use of information and communication technologies|
|Migrant Workers: Protection of Labour Rights and Labour Market Programs||Workshops||LABOR, Enforcement and awareness of labor legislation, Fight against discrimination, Working conditions, EMPLOYMENT, Labor migration, Labor inclusion of vulnerable groups|
|Minimum Wage Enforcement||Bilateral Cooperation||LABOR, Enforcement and awareness of labor legislation, Salaries|
|National Assistant Director on Ending Child Labor and Protecting Working Adolescents||Programs||LABOR, Child labor|
|National Labor Regularization Plan (phase 1)||Bilateral Cooperation||LABOR, Informality and non-registered work|
|National Labor Regularization Plan (phase 2)||Bilateral Cooperation||LABOR, Informality and non-registered work|