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Rapport mondial sur les salaires 2018/19: Quelles sont les causes des écarts salariaux entre hommes et femmes? [Résumé]

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Rapport mondial sur les salaires 2018/19: Quelles sont les causes des écarts salariaux entre hommes et femmes? [Résumé]
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French

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ILO

The International Labour Organization is the tripartite U.N. agency that promotes Decent Work through employment, social security, labour standards and social dialogue. Its work on skills development is guided by the conceptual framework on Skills to improve productivity, employment growth, and development agreed in 2008 by representatives of Governments, Employers’ Associations and Workers’ Associations. Research, policy advice, and pilot projects and technical cooperation programmes to apply good practices in different circumstances across its 185 member States aims to boost the employability of workers, the productivity and competitiveness of enterprises, and the inclusiveness of economic growth. The ILO Secretariat in offices in 40 countries works with Ministries of Labour, employers’ organizations, and trade unions to integrate skills development into national and sector development strategies in order to better meet current labour market needs and to prepare for the jobs of the future; to expand access to employment-related training so that youth, persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups are better able to acquire skills and secure productive and decent work; and to improve the ability of public employment services to provide career guidance, maintain labour exchange services, and deliver active labour market programmes.For more information regarding the ILO’s work on skills and employability go to: http://www.ilo.org/skills/lang--en/index.htm; for ILO/Cinterfor's Knowledge Management Plarform, see: http://www.oitcinterfor.org

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Career guidance and employment services

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Career guidance and counselling, career education and lifelong development of skills for employability are key for success in learning activities, effective career transitions, livelihood planning, entrepreneurship and in increasing labour market participation. They are instrumental in promoting skills utilization, recognition (RPL), as well as in improving enterprise human resource management.

Career development activities encompass a wide variety of support activities including career information and advice, counselling, work exposure (e.g. job shadowing, work experience periods), assessment, coaching, mentoring, professional networking, advocacy, basic and employability skills training (curricular and non-curricular) and entrepreneurship training. It is often an area which is fragmented across different ministries (e.g. education, TVET, employment, youth) requiring an effort to achieve the necessary coordination to provide adequate support to individuals during learning, employment and unemployment/inactivity periods.
 

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Research papers

Working papers, reports, and other publications from international organizations, academic institutions and bilateral agencies. Research findings to stimulate informed debate on skills, employment and productivity issues. 

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17 Jan 2019

Ce rapport examine l’évolution des salaires réels dans le monde et donne une image unique des tendances salariales à l’échelle mondiale et par région.

L'édition 2018/19 analyse l'écart de rémunération entre hommes et femmes. Le rapport se concentre sur deux défis principaux: comment trouver les moyens de mesure les plus utiles et comment réduire l'écart de rémunération entre hommes et femmes de manière à informer au mieux les décideurs et les partenaires sociaux des facteurs qui le sous-tendent. Le rapport inclut également un examen des questions politiques clés concernant les salaires et la réduction des écarts de rémunération entre hommes et femmes dans différentes situations nationales.

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Globalization

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