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Responsible digital wage payments can promote decent work by enabling women and men workers to have better control over their wages
The transition to responsible digital wages can enhance sustainable business practices, encourage respect of workers’ rights and broaden financial inclusion
Scaling the transition to responsible digital wages requires engagement of governments, the financial sector, the employers’ and workers’ organizations
Responsible digital wage payments can improve women and men workers’ economic opportunities and resilience
About the Global Centre on Digital Wages for Decent Work
The ILO established the Global Centre on Digital Wages for Decent Work to accelerate the transition from cash to responsible digital wage payments.
The Global Centre seeks to enable women and men workers around the world to have a better control over their wages and use worker-centric digital financial services for better resilience and economic opportunities. With a focus on gender equality, the Global Centre seeks to enable enterprises in various economic sectors to better respect workers’ rights and formalize employment, to become more productive and to grow.
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Our knowledge platform is a one-stop shop providing knowledge, evidence, technical and policy guidance tools, resources to guide actions for supporting the transition from cash to responsible digital wage payments with a view to empowering workers and broadening their financial inclusion, enhancing sustainable business practices and improving on the respect for labour rights.
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We work with countries and institutions committed to or interested in the transition from cash to responsible digital wage payments. In particular, we engage with governments, regulatory bodies, employers’ and workers’ organizations, financial service providers, technical experts, researchers and like-minded organizations.
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