International labour organization


International Labor Organizations, Member countries, International regulations, Supervisory systems, General applications, International labor standards, National laws and practices, Chinese workers, Trade unions


The essay is divided into two very brief parts, the first part of the essay highlights the various means by which the International labour organization has ratified a set of international labor standards, which work as primary tools where governments of member states follow in consultation with their employers and workers when they want to implement various labor laws while following the various conventions set by the member state who have to ensure that these conventions are in line with their national laws and practices before implementing them to fit in their national levels. The second and last part of this essay highlights the plight of Chinese workers in their own country China, in an era where foreigners have taken up the economy and are exploiting cheap labour offered by Chinese population, this further impoverishing the already poor Chinese economy.


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