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3 WEC policy recommendations to build a future of work fair and decent!
As the International Labour Organisation (ILO) aligns its mandate to the 21st century, the time is right to secure the best labour market support that individuals can get in finding productive and quality work.
The World Employment Confederation (WEC), the global representative body for private employment services, makes three policy recommendations to build a future of work that is fair and decent for diverse forms of work:
A) Realise agency workers’ access to fundamental rights, collective bargaining and decent work through a regulatory framework that ensures quality labour market allocation and matching.
B) Dedicate resources and programmes to research and promote effective cooperation between public and private employment services.
C) No Future of Work without Social Innovation!
The three recommendations are fully detailed in the brochure entitled “Making Transitions Work” and supplemented by a digital platform where you can find out the inspiration for futureproof labour markets: https://www.socialinnovationstories.org/
The brochure and the online database of social innovation stories are both the result of the creative dialogue between the WEC communication team and the Communication agency Page in extremis.
The World Employment Confederation is the voice of the employment industry at the global level, representing labour markets enablers from 50 countries as well as 7 of the largest international workforce solutions companies. Members of the World Employment Confederation represent a wide range of HR services, including agency work, direct recruitment, career management, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Managed Service Provider (MSP).
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