The International Labour Organisation says more than six hundred million new jobs need to be created by the year 2030 to keep pace with the growth of the global working age population.
At the centenary celebration of the organisation in Abuja, social partners urged member nations to strive towards improving gains of the ILO.
After 100 years in existence, ILO can pat itself on the back for having turned the workplace around for the better across the world.
An End to unfair discrimination and success in making Child labour illegal, are among its gains
Social partners allude to its achievements urging the organisation not to relent until the gap between the rich and the poor is bridged.
Nigeria made history as first African country to buy into the ILO vision in 1959, marking its 60 years in Africa.
Government says humane working conditions are crucial to attaining industrial peace.