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27 May 2019 - 31 May 2019

Evolving forms of employment relationships and decent work

27 May 2019 - 31 May 2019

Evolving forms of employment relationships and decent work

Evolving forms of employment relationships and decent work

Course Information

27 May 2019 - 31 May 2019

English

Turin

Code: A9012279

Enrolment deadline: 12 April 2019

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Description

Description

This course analyzes international labour standards (ILS) relevant for employment arrangements that deviate from 'standard' employment. These include temporary employment, part-time and on-call work, agency work and multi-party employment as well as disguised employment and dependent self-employment. The course also examines regional and national experiences and pays particular attention towards at risk of disadvantage or discrimination, such as women, young people and migrant workers.

Target audience

Target audience

Government, employers' and workers' representatives; judges, lawyers and legal professionals; staff of public employment services and private employment agencies; staff of international organizations; academics and researchers; representatives of NGOs.

General objective

General objective

Strengthen the capacity of public institutions, social partners and other stakeholders to ILS to enhance the labour rights and social protection of workers in ‘non-standard’ employment relationships.

Specific objectives

Specific objectives

- To gain an understanding of different types of ‘non-standard’ employment and related legal developments
   at the international and regional levels.

- To acquire an in-depth knowledge of ILS covering the following categories of work arrangements: fixed-term work,
   agency work, part-time work, and ambiguous and disguised employment relationships. 

Content

Content

Module 1. The framework:

– the notion of  ‘non-standard’ employment relationships;

– current patterns of employment relationships with trends and incidence in ‘non-standard’ forms of employment;

– the ILS system, the decent work paradigm and evolving forms of employment relationships;

– the current debates on and regulatory approaches to ‘non-standard’ employment relationships.

Module 2. The protection of workers in ‘non-standard’ employment relationships. International labour standards, regional instruments and national approaches to:

– fixed-term;

– part-time work;

– agency work;

– ambiguous and disguised employment relationships.

Methodology

Methodology

A participatory approach combining presentations by international experts, discussions, exercises, case studies and group work will be adopted throughout the course. Training methods will also include: demonstrations of ILO online databases and resources, videos and knowledge acquisition assessment.

Participants will have access to an online course platform including all course materials.

Resource persons

Resource persons

  • Experts from the International Labour Office and the ITC-ILO;
  • External lecturers. 
Contact us

ilsgen@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 1615

Subsistence cost: 635

Total cost: 2250

 

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10127 Turin - Italy

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