|Title||Non-Standard Workers: Good Practices Of Social Dialogue And Collective Bargaining|
|Year of Publication||2012|
|Institution||International Labour Office Working Paper No. 36|
|Keywords||collective bargaining, globalization, informal employment, precarious employment, self employment, social dialogue, temporary employment, trade unions|
This paper provides a comparative synthesis analysis of a series of national studies on non-standard work, collective bargaining and social dialogue in selected countries (Argentina,Colombia, India, Indonesia, Hungary, Japan and South Africa), which the Industrial and Employment Relations Department (DIALOGUE) of the ILO has conducted as a pilot project under the ILO’s Global Product on “Supporting collective bargaining and sound industrial relations”. The national studies aimed at identifying current and emerging non-standard forms of work arrangements within which workers are in need of protection; examining good practices in which people in non-standard forms of work are organized; analysing the role that collective bargaining and other forms of social dialogue play in improving the terms and conditions as well as the status of non-standard workers; and identifying good practices in this regard.