Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment

Highlights of the 2019/2020 Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment (ISLE) Module on Productivity Improvement Program and Gainsharing Practices: 2019 with COVID-19 Impact of Recovery Measures: June 30, 2020

Survey results showed that 39.8 percent or 15,234 out of the total 38,305 establishments employing 20 or more workers had implemented various productivity improvement programs (PIPs) in 2019

Highlights of the 2019/2020 Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment (ISLE) - Module on Occupational Safety and Health Practices (OSHP): 2019

Of the total establishments employing 20 or more workers covered in 2019, 98.6 percent had conducted several preventive and control measures to protect workers and prevent unnecessary hazards in their workplace.

Highlights of the 2019/2020 Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment (ISLE) - Modules on Employment; Occupational Shortages and Surpluses; and Job-Related Training of Workers

At the end of June 2020, there were about 5,321,630 workers working in establishments with 20 or more employees. This was an increase of 4.8 percent relative to the 5,077,410 million workers in June 2018

Highlights of the 2019/2020 Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment (ISLE) – Module on Unionism and Collective Bargaining: June 2020

Results of the survey revealed that only 4.2 percent (1,464) of establishments with 20 or more workers (34,543) had registered unions in 2020, a decrease of -2.1 percentage points from the 6.3 percent share recorded in 2018 and the lowest since 2014.

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