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Blog series – Notes on the New Normal

In a series of blog contributions, Tom Hadley, Project Manager for WEC’s Alliance Task Force Project, shares insights from the conversations he is having with industry leaders from around the world on what the new normal will be and the role that the private employment services sector can play in the post-Covid world of work.

Published on 6th October 2020

In more than 20 conversations with high-level representatives of WEC’s corporate members and national federations, a series of themes are emerging as a shared vision of the post-Covid world of work within the private employment services industry. As the sector is reflecting on what its role will be in the new normal and how it can continue to contribute to futureproof labour markets, let’s dive into what those trends are.

Listen to our podcast!

Dive deeper in the conversation with our “World Views on the World of Work” podcast! Every month, you’ll hear views from employment experts and national recruitment federations from around the world on how to manage the immediate health crisis and ensure safe return to work. We will also discuss how to articulate a longer term vision for a post-Covid world of work and what role the global employment services sector can play in delivering this vision.

The podcast is available here, on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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