In almost all analysed countries, national law prohibits sexual harassment at work.
Around 80 per cent of a wide sample of European collective agreements in the WageIndicator database contains provisions on equality and/or work and family balance arrangements.
WageIndicator has now updated its labour law maps.
Catelene Passchier, member of the Supervisory Board of WageIndicator, has been elected as the President of the Workers’ Group of the International Labour Organization (ILO) for a three-year term.
WageIndicator now offers a new map which includes minimum wages, actual wages and living wages for individuals and different family types.
Many garment factories in Indonesia fail to comply with minimum wage and labour law. Meanwhile, not having access to such information on these factories makes it hard for workers to make sound decisions on where to work.
WageIndicator Foundation and the Global Labor Organization (GLO) collaborate to make data on wages more transparant. In this way, they enable informed decisions for workers, employers, policy makers and more.
More than 100 companies now use the Sample Collective Agreement for Ethiopia.
In 2016, 39.5 million people visited the various WageIndicator websites worldwide, of which 92 feature the Salary Survey and 84 the Labour Law Database.