COVID-19 unexpectedly led to improvement in productivity and working conditions in Africa, a new report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) finds.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has disclosed that about three million workers are said to die yearly due to occupational accidents and diseases, while 402 million
The International Labour Organisation (ILO), through its Bureau for Employers’ Activities (ACT/EMP), in collaboration with Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA), has unveiled a survey report as part of a global research for Africa to understudy how COVID-19 pandemic and technology are shaping the next normal. Presenting the report titled ‘The Next Normal: The Changing Workplace in…
Expectations are high as a Togolese, Gilbert Houngbo, has emerged as the new Director-General of the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
Government exists to provide for the security and welfare of citizens. It is well recognised all over the world that peace and security of life and property are the primary conditions for progress and development of any society..
Bridging the gaps in care services could create almost 300 million new jobs worldwide, a new report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has said.
That Nigeria of the 21st Century has no credible social security system to buffer unemployment, vulnerable children, offer disability benefits or food assistance to the deprived is harrowing.
The trade volume between Nigeria and Korea hit the two billion-dollar mark in 2021 rising by about 50 per cent. The Republic of Korea Ambassador to Nigeria, Kim Young-Chae, who disclosed this in Abuja,
Africa is contesting the post of the Director-General of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) to win and not make up the number, the Minister of Labour and Employment
For whatever reason, one must wonder if people around the world would have any cause to envy Nigerians. The implication is that the majority of Nigerians have been living in servitude since democracy belted in 1999.
The global economy is at the feet of those who dare, in the entrepreneurship space. That space has become increasingly virtual, giving birth to an entirely new model known as a digital economy...
As the COVID-19 pandemic grinds on and global labour markets continue to struggle, the latest International Labour Organisation (ILO) report, has shown that recovery will remain slow.