To support its members in growing their business in a sustainable way, the World Employment Confederation (WEC) has developed and implemented a broad range of services: advocacy, thought leadership, industry profiling, capacity building and best practices sharing.
The 2018 Activity Report highlights the main achievements in each area, including:
- Securing an appropriate definition of “recruitment fees and related costs” within the ILO guidelines for fair recruitment
- A research paper and policy recommendations on online talent platforms developed jointly with the European trade union for agency workers
- Events, speaking opportunities and exchange of best practices around social innovation
- Increased knowledge about the private employment industry and labour markets through publications and meetings
- Increased professionalism of the sector, building capacity of national federations on advocacy, data collection and recruitment standards
But there’s more! Check out the report and read our members’ testimonials explaining how they benefited from WEC’s membership in 2018.