WageIndicator Foundation - Labour Law
WageIndicator Foundation aims to assist individual workers and employers with real wage data during negotiations and job search; workers, employers and labour inspectors with comprehensive insight in national Labour Law, and how to comply with the law; and individual workers and employers with problems of daily working life. The national WageIndicator websites function as online, up to date labour market libraries for workers, employers, governments, academics and media alike.
WageIndicator collects and explains labour laws from 129 countries in their local languages. To collect this data, WageIndicator checks government websites and other legal sources, and local WageIndicator staff monitors changes.
|# and type of entity
|# of metrics disclosed
|# of data points gathered per entity
|Year of first public disclosure
|Data collection method
|Secondary desk research, Crowd-sourcing
|Data verification method
|Desk-Based 3rd Party Verification (entity-submitted docs)
|Child labor, Employment policy and promotion, Employment security, Forced labor, Freedom of association / collective bargaining / industrial relations, Labor administration and inspection, Maternity protection, Non-discrimination/rights protection for: indigenous and tribal peoples, Non-discrimination/rights protection for: migrant workers, Non-discrimination/rights protection for: workers with HIV and AIDS, Occupational health and safety, Protection of children and young persons, Regulatory framework and enforcement, Social policy, Social security, Wages, Working time
|Vehicle for disclosure
|Cost to access
|Intended users of the Disclosure
|Workers in factories, Factories and/or suppliers, Brands and retailers, Unions, Governments, Investors, NGOs and civil society, Media