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ER-02: Shaping the Discourse on the Future of Decent Work

From July 2019 to November 2019, the ILS, as the policy research and advocacy arm of DOLE, conducted a series of Future of Work tripartite dialogues with tripartite and other social partners in key sectors of the Philippine labor market. This series of dialogues has its context on the ILO Report on the future of work as well as the start of the ILO’s Future of Work Centenary Initiative. In launching one of the country’s first-ever dialogue series on the subject matter, the Institute aims to bring these global and regional discussions to our shores. As the use of technology increases in the workplace, Filipino labor and employers share a common interest in working toward a labor market system that ensure technology is safe, humane, rights-based, and promotes decent work and just transition for all.

Department of Labor and Employment - Institute for Labor Studies
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Institute for Labor Studies; Fourth Industrial Revolution; future of work; digitalization; labor ;
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