International Labor Organization (organization) The ILO is a UN agency that works to “shape policies and programmes promoting Decent Work for all.” The ILO website includes a variety of reports and other information on numerous topics, from child labor, forced labor, and working conditions, to green jobs, worker safety, and economic development.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has recently announced a 12-year high in the national unemployment rate. On top of this, casualisation is growing at a blitzkrieg pace. In 2013, casual and fixed-term contracts represented an estimated 35% of the Australian workforce, although some estimates are up around 40% today.
Many times trade-offs are necessary to increase productivity. What are important trades-offs involving the inputs to productivity? Your initial post should include real life situations and be at least 200-250 words.