Strategies for Effective Implementation of the CPAR Program - Building Up From the Gains: Lessons From the Improvements for Effective Implementation of the Community-Based Participatory Action Research Program (SEARCA-DA-BAR Policy Brief 2021)
Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA): Workplace Skills and Satisfaction (WSS) Baseline Survey of Select Employers in the Construction Industry
Strengthening Multi-employer Bargaining: Policies and Practices (Phase II)
Non-Hazardous Activities for Children: The Case of Banana and Sugarcane Supply Chains

PIDS WB 2021-0905
7th Mindanao Policy Research Forum
PIDS WB 2021-0905
Annual Public Policy Conference Webinar 4: Robust and Healthy Workforce and Closing Program
PIDS WB 2021-0904
Annual Public Policy Conference Webinar 3: Green And Inclusive Recovery
PIDS WB 2021-0903
Annual Public Policy Conference Webinar 2: Ethical Business
Member-Institutions on Spotlight

Department of Labor and Employment-Institute for Labor Studies (DOLE-ILS)

The Institute for Labor Studies (ILS) is the policy research and advocacy arm of Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). Among its functions include the conduct of research and studies in all areas of labor and manpower policy and administration and the review of existing labor legislation and regulations. ILS also studies and develops innovative and indigenous approaches toward the promotion of harmonious and productive labor-management relations and the improvement of workers’ welfare services. It also develops and undertakes research programs and projects in collaboration with other national agencies to enhance DOLE’s capability to participate in national decision making and policymaking.

DOLE-ILS is headed by Executive Director Ahmma Charisma Lobrin-Satumba.

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