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Europe needs a new focus and strategy to adapt to the changing world of work. The World Employment Confederation-Europe believes that social innovation is the right approach to build more inclusive and sustainable labour markets.
Bettina Schaller - President of the World Employment Confederation-Europe
At the heart of the debate around the future of work lies the issue of labour market security, which must be favored over job security. To fit the new reality, we must create a whole new social deal which embraces these new attitudes to life and work and which fosters the diversity that already exists in our labour markets.
Denis Pennel - Managing Director of the World Employment Confederation
Our membership to the World Employment Confederation-Europe not only brings value because it provides us with up-to-date information about EU policy developments and with the possibility to shape the position of the industry. It also gives us the opportunity to be directly involved in discussions with EU policymakers and such contacts would not be possible without the WEC.
Jakob Tietge - Head of Division at Dansk Erhver
World Employment Confederation – Europe
08:00, Nov 18
📅 Mark your diary! The World Employment Conference 2020, a key event for experts in #recruitment, #staffing, #HR and anyone passionate about #work, is coming to Madrid! Together with @Asempleo_ we're building an exciting program! What would you like to see in this 2020 edition? https://t.co/0eRvpRYqfB
08:00, Nov 12
Have you already checked out the new database of WEC members' best practices in #working, #learning and #socialprotection? 18 new cases from across the world, including many #EU countries! See how our members make a difference in the new world of work. https://t.co/pqnVpYox2j https://t.co/MMyCQK0MZo
16:04, Nov 06
It's not a discussion about the future of anything until someone mentions Brexit. @HadleysComment on why that isn't the only thing on the horizon that will shape the #FutureOfJobs @RECPress. But it's a top priority for 76% of people in the room https://t.co/oXt5CzH7BT