Making Europe the best place to work!
The World Employment Confederation-Europe launches “Making Europe the best place to work”, the private employment industry’s vision for labour markets for the next five years.
As the EU prepares for a new Parliament and Commission to take over, WEC-Europe proposes five areas of focus and a series of concrete policy measures to help European people and companies adapt to changes in the world of work.
WEC-Europe believes that social innovation is the right approach to enable this vision and lead to new ways of working, learning and ensuring social protection.
“The private employment industry has started implementing this concept for some years now,” explains Denis Pennel, Managing Director of the World Employment Confederation-Europe.
The Vision Paper sets out concrete policy recommendations in five areas to capitalise on this experience and enable open, inclusive and sustainable labour markets in Europe:
- Encourage diverse forms of work to bring more people into the labour market;
- Empower EU citizens to build their career path in a changing world of work;
- Strengthen the Single Market to unlock the growth and jobs potential of business services;
- Rethink protection schemes to ensure the sustainability of national social models;
- Strengthen the collaboration between labour market intermediaries to maximise their potential.
WEC-Europe has summarised its key recommendations in an eye-catching leaflet. The publication is the result of the co-creative framework that occurred between the WCE-Europe team and the creative staff of the communication agency, Page in extremis.
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