Topics Financial education

Interview with a woman entrepreneur

A small entrepreneur in Peru shares her experiences and lessons learnt from wage digitization. From an employer’s perspective, she emphasizes that the shift from cash requires proper documentation for timely transfers and open communication with employees to cultivate awareness.

Interview with Leora Klapper

In this interview, Leora Klapper, Lead Economist at the World Bank and a Steering Committee Member of our Global Centre on Digital Wages for Decent Work shares insights on barriers, opportunities, and recommendations for the transition to responsible digital wage…

Research brief: Digital wages for decent work in Kenya

In Kenya, 78 per cent of wage earners now receive digital payments, a remarkable increase from 55 per cent in 2014, thanks to mobile money innovations. However, challenges remain in transitioning from cash wages to responsible digital payments. Together with…

Brief: Promoting responsible digital wage payments

Digital wage payments (wages paid into a bank or mobile account or a prepaid card) have become the norm for most workers worldwide. But millions of workers still lack access to them. When designed and offered responsibly, digital wage payments…

Digital wages for decent work in Indonesia – a rapid assessment

Digital wage payments (through bank accounts, mobile money wallets or prepaid cards) can benefit workers and enterprises and contribute to achieving public policy goals. But the transition from cash to responsible digital wages brings challenges such as limited financial infrastructure…

Digital wages for decent work in Peru – a rapid assessment

Digital wage payments (through bank accounts, mobile money wallets or prepaid cards) can benefit workers and enterprises and contribute to achieving public policy goals. But the transition from cash to responsible digital wages brings challenges such as limited financial infrastructure…