News on wages


  1. The ILO supports the launch of survey on decent wages for journalists

    17 April 2023

    The ILO supports the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) Jakarta to promote decent wages and working conditions for Indonesian journalists.

  2. © Phil Roeder 2024

    Why are key workers undervalued?

    17 March 2023

    The COVID-19 crisis showed how much we all rely on key workers, yet it also exposed the poor working conditions they often face. How can we ensure that these essential workers are decently treated?

  3. Ensure decent work for key workers

    15 March 2023

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how societies have undervalued essential workers, as well as the importance of giving such workers adequate pay and decent working conditions.

  4. © ILO 2024

    How to achieve gender equality in global garment supply chains

    10 March 2023

    Global supply chains are a key entry point for women to enter the formal workforce, but serious decent work deficits remain prevalent, including discrimination, violence and harassment. Find out how a more equitable set of policies and actions could help the garment industry drive inclusive economic growth.

  5. © Pathumporn Thongking/UN Women 2024

    ILO to release new analysis on key workers

    09 March 2023

  6. © Hadynyah / Getty Images 2024

    ILO Director-General, Gilbert Houngbo, message for International Women’s Day

    08 March 2023

  7. Reducing inequality, ensuring appropriate wages and care economy

    02 March 2023

    This presentation held at the 1st meeting of the Employment Working Group under the presidency of Japan provides an analysis and policy suggestions for reduced inequality and appropriate wages in the care economy.

  8. © Better Work 2024

    A responsible transition to digital wages: A timely step for Cambodia

    02 March 2023

    Soriya is a worker in one of the garment factories receiving services from Better Factories Cambodia that has recently transitioned to digital wages. For many garment workers, adapting to this new way of receiving wages has been challenging.

  9. © Thorsten Krienke 2024

    New measures needed to improve working conditions in arts and entertainment sector

    24 February 2023

    Delegates from governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations have adopted new recommendations to create a more resilient, inclusive and sustainable future for people and businesses working in the fast-growing global arts and entertainment sector.

  10. Country information hub

    08 February 2023