Fiji has avoided an official inquiry into its labour rights by the International Labour Organisation.
An international Commission of Inquiry had been threatened by the United Nations body over a long-running dispute between the government and unions over the country's labour laws.
But following a visit by an ILO delegation in January, an agreement was reached between the government, employers, and the Fiji Trades Unions Congress, although disagreements remain.
At a meeting of the ILO's governing body in Geneva this week, the delegation said it welcomed the agreement and recommended that the case not be referred to a Commission of Inquiry.
However, it said there are still a number of matters that need to be addressed and the ILO should continue to provide technical assistance to Fiji to resolve the disputes.