Describe the program's most important achievements and lessons learned:
• Permanent labor dispute indicators prepared as monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, and annual series. • Periodic reports prepared on types of and reasons for disputes, types of complaint, and dispute locations, for use in formulating public policies to promote social dialogue. • Formation and consolidation of teams of state professionals and experts specialized in researching information sources and analyzing and studying labor disputes. • Dissemination of relevant public information to the public and for use in decision-making by social actors and organizations.
Systematic use of information and communication technologies to compile information on and broad coverage of labor disputes.
Describe the challenges of the program:
Configuration of a labor disputes database available to academic researchers and the general public that facilitates access to the information required for analysis and decision-making.
Specify if the program has any internal and external evaluations, if applicable, include key findings: