How is the private employment industry making a difference in the new world of work?
The private employment industry believes in “social innovation” as the way forward.
Social innovation is defined as the implementation of new solutions for working, learning and social protection for the benefit of workers, employers and society in general.
The World Employment Confederation’s members have developed a map detailing the goals and conditions of social innovation, suggesting some examples of potential actions, identifying which stakeholders the industry should work with as well as outlining the benefits and risks for the sector.
The social innovations stories, the WEC online platform presents about 30 cases studies. Find out through concrete cases how the private employment industry is making a difference in the new world of work by implementing new ways of working, learning and providing social protection.
All around the world, WEC members are implementing new ways of working, learning and providing social protection. Check out what is happening in specific countries!
As labour markets enablers, the World Employment Confederation-Europe and its members believe that they have a leadership role to play in building such future proof labour markets.
The WEC online platform of social innovation stories is the result of the creative dialogue between the WEC communication team and the Communication agency Page in extremis.
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