Index – Domestic – Research on workplace violations has been published, which Hungary cannot be proud of either

The research concluded that the social contract between workers between the government and the business sector is separated. As a result, workers’ rights to form or join unions are limited in many countries.

Workers were excluded from representation in the workplace in, for example, Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Myanmar, Tunisia and Syria.

87% of states violated the right to strike. Strikes in Belarus, Egypt, India and the Philippines have led to criminal prosecutions of union leaders.

79 percent of countries have violated the right to collective bargaining. The 10 worst countries for workers in 2022 were:

  1. bangladesh,
  2. belarus,
  3. Brazil,
  4. Colombia,
  5. Egypt,
  6. swaziland,
  7. guatemala,
  8. myanmar,
  9. filipino,
  10. turkey.

We are not in a good place

the The International Trade Union Confederation’s Global Rights Index Displays the countries in the world that have the worst impact on workers. It ranks countries on a scale of 1 to 5+ based on respect for workers’ rights. He pointed out that violations are recorded every year from April to March money center.

The situation is worse in countries with scores above 5, as rights are not guaranteed in these countries due to the breakdown of the rule of law. This includes, for example, Myanmar, Libya, Syria, Yemen or Afghanistan.

Countries with a score of 5 include those where rights are not guaranteed, such as Bangladesh, Belarus, Brazil, Turkey and China.

Workers’ rights are regularly violated in the countries between points 2 and 3. Albania, Armenia and Bulgaria are here, as well as Canada and Poland. Among the countries with the “silver medal” between 1 and 2 are Croatia, France, Estonia, Lithuania, Japan, Israel or Slovakia.

The best countries are characterized by sporadic rights violations. It has the fewest states, a total of nine: Germany, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, Ireland, Italy and Finland.