Publications

August 2022

  1. Skills needs in Kuwait following the Covid-19 pandemic

    01 August 2022

    Based on desk research and a survey of 240 firms across multiple sectors in Kuwait, carried out from October to December 2021, the report explores how the skills needs of companies in Kuwait changed following the pandemic. Providing a forward-looking assessment of the reskilling and upskilling requirements of the country, the report focuses on how the skills mix of national and foreign workers is likely to change in response to evolving local conditions and global trends.

June 2022

  1. The Next Normal: The Changing Workplace in Uganda

    27 June 2022

    To help understand key trends driven in the post Covid 19 pandemic period, the ILO Bureau for Employers' Organizations along with Ugandan Employers' Consultative Association (NECA) commissioned an study. This report presents the findings of that study in Uganda

  2. The Next Normal: The Changing Eworkplace Policy Tool

    27 June 2022

  3. The Next Normal: An Advocacy and Action Agenda

    27 June 2022

  4. The Next Normal: The Changing Eworkplace Member Briefing

    27 June 2022

  5. The Next Normal: The Changing Workplace in Africa - A guide for enterprises

    27 June 2022

  6. The Next Normal: The changing E-workplace in Africa - Information Note No. 1

    27 June 2022

  7. The Next Normal in Africa series: Five cross sectoral company case studies

    27 June 2022

  8. The Next Normal: The Changing Workplace in Seychelles

    27 June 2022

    To help understand key trends driven in the post Covid 19 pandemic period, the ILO Bureau for Employers' Organizations along with Seychelles Employers' Consultative Association (NECA) commissioned an study. This report presents the findings of that study in Seychelles.

  9. The Next Normal: The Changing Workplace in Tanzania

    27 June 2022

    To help understand key trends driven in the post Covid 19 pandemic period, the ILO Bureau for Employers' Organizations along with Tanzania Employers' Consultative Association (NECA) commissioned an study. This report presents the findings of that study in Tanzania.