Member of the Month

Member of the Month

Egypt

The interests of the private employment services industry in Egypt are represented by Target HR Services.

Target HR Services is a Human Resource services provider founded in 2006. The company provides services in the areas of recruitment, human resources, Employer of Record (EOR) Services, payroll, outsourcing, management and labour conflict resolution.

Target HR Services wants to take a pioneer role in the country – and the broader Middle East region – to advance the sector to the level of international standards.

Egypt

The interests of the private employment services industry in Egypt are represented by Target HR Services.

Target HR Services is a Human Resource services provider founded in 2006. The company provides services in the areas of recruitment, human resources, Employer of Record (EOR) Services, payroll, outsourcing, management and labour conflict resolution.

Target HR Services wants to take a pioneer role in the country – and the broader Middle East region – to advance the sector to the level of international standards.

LinkedIn Talent Voices - with Bettina Schaller, President of the World Employment Confederation

LinkedIn Talent Voices - with Bettina Schaller, President of the World Employment Confederation

In the sidelines of the World Employment Conference 2022, Adam Hawkins, Head of Search and Staffing for EMEA and LATAM at LinkedIn, sat down with Bettina Schaller, President of the World Employment Confederation to discuss about the growing needs for flexibility, the generational gap and the future of the recruitment profession.

In the sidelines of the World Employment Conference 2022, Adam Hawkins, Head of Search and Staffing for EMEA and LATAM at LinkedIn, sat down with Bettina Schaller, President of the World Employment Confederation to discuss about the growing needs for flexibility, the generational gap and the future of the recruitment profession.

Worker's story

Worker's story

Enabling parents to work

Like for many working parents, combining work and childcare is challenging for Jennifer. But she can count on the support of FASTT, the bipartite social support and supplementary health insurance scheme for agency workers in France which grants extra benefits in areas such as healthcare, housing, credit, mobility assistance and childcare support.

Enabling parents to work

Like for many working parents, combining work and childcare is challenging for Jennifer. But she can count on the support of FASTT, the bipartite social support and supplementary health insurance scheme for agency workers in France which grants extra benefits in areas such as healthcare, housing, credit, mobility assistance and childcare support.

Code of Conduct

World Employment Confederation

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Members of the World Employment Confederation are committed to the WEC Code of Conduct. This Code contains the Principles that ethical, quality and professional private employment services should deploy in the provision of their services. The principles include a ban on fee charging to jobseekers and workers, the appropriate use of personal data and dedication to compliance, social dialogue remedy,...
Members of the World Employment Confederation are committed to the WEC Code of Conduct. This Code contains the Principles that...

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WEC - IOE Industrial Relations and Labour Law Newsletter

WEC - IOE Industrial Relations and Labour Law Newsletter

Every month, the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and the World Employment Confederation (WEC) compile the latest developments in industrial relations and labour law across the world.

Check out the latest edition and subscribe to receive the next ones directly in your mailbox!

Every month, the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and the World Employment Confederation (WEC) compile the latest developments in industrial relations and labour law across the world.

Check out the latest edition and subscribe to receive the next ones directly in your mailbox!

Fair Recruitment and Migration

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Fair Recruitment and Migration

Fair Recruitment and Migration

Formal work migration reaps benefits for individuals, companies and societies. It bridges persistent skill gaps and provides opportunities for individuals to find a job most aligned with their ambitions, skills and competencies. It allows businesses to grow and create jobs in the countries in which they are based. Migrant workers access higher incomes and valuable work experience that allows them...
Formal work migration reaps benefits for individuals, companies and societies. It bridges persistent skill gaps and provides opportunities for individuals...

Defining the business case: ethical recruitment

Defining the business case: ethical recruitment

What is ethical recruitment? What are the benefits of managing cross-border recruitment practices in a fair and ethical way? In this document, we explore the concept, and set out a clear case for adopting the leading principles and practices that have come to define it.

The World Employment Confederation members are committed to the highest quality standards and to delivering professional and safe services to all jobseekers and workers, in line with international labour standards and in full respect of the fundamental principles and rights at work.

What is ethical recruitment? What are the benefits of managing cross-border recruitment practices in a fair and ethical way? In this document, we explore the concept, and set out a clear case for adopting the leading principles and practices that have come to define it.

The World Employment Confederation members are committed to the highest quality standards and to delivering professional and safe services to all jobseekers and workers, in line with international labour standards and in full respect of the fundamental principles and rights at work.

Regulatory threats still looming on the horizon for the staffing industry

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Regulatory threats still looming on the horizon for the staffing industry

More than half of top executives of WEC’s National Staffing Federations members expect a negative regulatory evolution for the next six month period. Belgium, Germany and Sweden anticipates the most negative impact while India, Italy and Mexico foresee better evolution for the sector, according to WEC’s latest Staffing Executive Regulatory Outlook (SERO).
More than half of top executives of WEC’s National Staffing Federations members expect a negative regulatory evolution for the next...
Blog series - Bridging the Gap

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Blog series - Bridging the Gap

In this blog series, Tom Hadley, an independent workforce and campaigns consultant, shares his reflections from the World Employment Conference 2022 on how the HR services industry can bridge the gap between worker and employer expectations in a more than ever changing world of work.
In this blog series, Tom Hadley, an independent workforce and campaigns consultant, shares his reflections from the World Employment Conference...
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