DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT:
The study aimed to assess the implementation of the current Labor Law of Mongolia in various types of organizations in terms of number of employees, type of labor, locations and income level.
Therefore the study involved employers, employees, human resources managers and accountants of organizations. To represent informal labor, herders were included in the survey. The study was special as it targeted organizations and had to track the randomly selected organizations over a short period of time.
DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICES PROVIDED:
- In cooperation with National Statistical Office, the survey sampling was made by NSO specialists based on Business Registry Database. Only active organizations were randomly selected across Mongolia.
- Four types of questionnaires were developed for different groups and the field work was conducted in six sites, using seven routes and employing 15 researchers.
- A team of operators tracked and established contacts with selected organizations and provided the lists and scheduled interview meetings with organizations for field staff.
- As such, a total of 1004 employees, 504 employers, 70 herders, 42 labor union and representation organizations were surveyed within 8 days.
IRIM produced final survey reports and presented the findings to Client in a timely manner with high quality.
Transparency International Mongolia
Save the Children Japan in Mongolia