Workforce and Employment

Let's push the case for decent work. The economy can afford it

This year marks the 10th World Day for Decent Work on October 7. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Sharan Burrow

General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)

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The world is facing a huge decent work deficit, and the rules of the global economy need to change.

Does your country need a pay rise for workers? (World Day for Decent Work 2017)
Does your country need a pay rise for workers? (World Day for Decent Work 2017)

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