Published on 7th April 2017
The World Employment Confederation-Europe and UNI-Europa selected CEPS, the Centre for European Policy Studies, as research partner to conduct their joint project on online talent platforms, labour market intermediaries and the changing world of work. The selection was made following for a call for tender launched in January 2017. CEPS will involve the German research centre IZA as further partner in the project.
The project, which aims at conducting a mapping exercise of new forms of employment and online talent platforms, includes a Research Report, a Stakeholder Workshop and a pan-European Conference. It has a duration of one year and is financed through a grant of the European Commission/DG Employment. The EU Sectoral Social Partners for the agency work industry aim to reach a Joint Declaration with policy recommendations as follow-up of the Project.