In the mid-1990s, after the collapse of the former Soviet Union and the emergence of a newly independent Georgia, the administration of president Eduard Shevardnadze instituted minimum wage levels for workers in that country – and the 90s-era monthly minimum of 20 Georgian lari for private
The Chinese government has designed the Housing Provident Fund to help middle and low-income workers meet their housing needs. When employers fail to contribute, workers are denied the funds they are due to help them with the rent, maintenance, or purchase of their home. For this reason, the FLA
Despite Turkey’s ratification of ILO Core Conventions that support the fundamental rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining, government regulations in Turkey place burdensome requirements on workers seeking to organize, blocking their ability to exercise these rights.
Factory workers in Mexico face a unique barrier to their right to freedom of association and collective bargaining through employers' widespread use of illegitimate collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), commonly known as "protection contracts."
A protection contract is a signed CBA
Since the late 1970s, Peruvian law has authorized companies producing “non-traditional manufactured goods” to employ workers on short-term contracts to work on specific purchase orders for export.
Originally designed to stimulate investment