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Social Protection

Topics

Social Protection

Social Protection

Social protection schemes in Europe have mostly been designed for the open-ended, full-time contract and have not kept pace with the changes that have taken place in the world of work. In an increasingly diverse world of work, modernising social protection and social safety nets is needed to guarantee social inclusion.
Social protection schemes in Europe have mostly been designed for the open-ended, full-time contract and have not kept pace with...

Member of the month

Member of the month

 

Federgon (Belgium)

Our Belgian member is steering the discussion on how to improve labour markets through regular events. The most recent was a dialogue between Belgium’s 3 Employment Ministers on March 5, 2020.

 

Federgon (Belgium)

Our Belgian member is steering the discussion on how to improve labour markets through regular events. The most recent was a dialogue between Belgium’s 3 Employment Ministers on March 5, 2020.

TempTraining

TempTraining

Temporary agency workers often look for work in various industries, staying only for a short time in one company, or lack the necessary resources to finance training on their own. To tackle this problem, Swissstaffing created a training fund together with the trade unions

Temporary agency workers often look for work in various industries, staying only for a short time in one company, or lack the necessary resources to finance training on their own. To tackle this problem, Swissstaffing created a training fund together with the trade unions

Membership

Membership

Membership

The World Employment Confederation-Europe represents national federations as well as workforce solutions companies from across Europe.  All members of WEC-Europe are also members of the World Employment Confederation. 
The World Employment Confederation-Europe represents national federations as well as workforce solutions companies from across Europe.  All members of WEC-Europe...
Social Dialogue

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Social Dialogue

Social Dialogue

Social Dialogue is key to balancing the interests of workers and businesses in industrial relations, while respecting national, cultural and regional traditions. In doing so, it has a track record in promoting quality labour conditions and productive corporations. Social Dialogue is thus an essential element to ensure decent work and economic growth, one the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Given...
Social Dialogue is key to balancing the interests of workers and businesses in industrial relations, while respecting national, cultural and...
Partners & Stakeholders

World Employment Confederation – Europe

Partners & Stakeholders

Partners & Stakeholders

The World Employment Confederation-Europe interacts with a wide range of stakeholders, from policy-makers and social partners to industry experts and academics.
The World Employment Confederation-Europe interacts with a wide range of stakeholders, from policy-makers and social partners to industry experts and...
WEC Awards 2019: And the winners are…

news

WEC Awards 2019: And the winners are…

WEC Awards 2019: And the winners are…

Federgon, ACHAZ and RCSA are the winners of the first Awards competition ever organized by the World Employment Confederation. The Awards Ceremony took place in the Gold Coast, Australia, on 29th October, as WEC members gathered together for the 2019 World Employment Conference.
Federgon, ACHAZ and RCSA are the winners of the first Awards competition ever organized by the World Employment Confederation. The...
Social Impact Report 2019

publication

Social Impact Report 2019

The Social Impact Report is a new publication by the World Employment Confederation evidencing the positive contribution that private employment services bring to labour markets around the world. The 2019 Report dives deep into the contribution of the sector for participation, transitions and inclusiveness but also addresses the impact of WEC members in upskilling the workforce, ensuring quality working conditions and...
The Social Impact Report is a new publication by the World Employment Confederation evidencing the positive contribution that private employment...
Head Office

World Employment Confederation

Head Office

The World Employment Confederation is managed by a team of six full-time employees based in Brussels, Belgium.
The World Employment Confederation is managed by a team of six full-time employees based in Brussels, Belgium.
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