Decent Work Country Profile
Decent Work Country Profiles cover ten substantive elements corresponding to the four strategic pillars of the Decent Work Agenda (full and productive employment, rights at work, social protection and the promotion of social dialogue).
Measuring Decent Work in the Philippines - The Decent Work Country Profile at a Glance
The Decent Work Country Profile at a glance is part of the ILO and European Commission project - Monitoring and Assessing Progress on Decent Work (MAP), which supports better measurement of decent work in developing countries.
Tripartite Validation Workshop of the Philippines Decent Work Country Profile
A Tripartite Validation Workshop of the Philippines Decent Work Country Profile was held in Manila from 20 to 21 March 2012, to give the opportunity to tripartite partners, other government agencies, academe, and civil society groups to discuss the main results of the study and advice on final amendments before its publication.
Decent Work Indicators - Guidelines for producers and users of statistical and legal framework indicators
The second version of the ILO Manual on Decent Work Indicators presents several enhancements and additions to the previous version and we think that it will provide a useful tool for those interested in a complete analysis of the various dimensions of decent work at the country level, as well as those more focused on the data production.
Decent Work Country Diagnostics: Philippines 2017
The Decent Work Country Diagnostics presents labour market trends, conditions and challenges in the Philippines. The Diagnostics offers a well-informed and comprehensive narrative of growth and decent work situation. .