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Social Protection

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Social Protection

Social Protection

Social protection relates to the collective systems and rights created by states to support their citizens. It includes support for labour market risks, such as unemployment and occupational accidents; and also includes saving for retirement or training. Based on national circumstances, countries around the world have developed their own social protection systems. Often, workers and employers play a role in...
Social protection relates to the collective systems and rights created by states to support their citizens. It includes support for...

Member of the Month

Member of the Month

ACSESS (Canada)

The World Employment Confederation’s Board is meeting in Canada for its annual strategic meeting. An opportunity to hear more from our national federation member ACSESS about the Canadian market for private employment services

ACSESS (Canada)

The World Employment Confederation’s Board is meeting in Canada for its annual strategic meeting. An opportunity to hear more from our national federation member ACSESS about the Canadian market for private employment services

SourceAbled

SourceAbled

The SourceAbled programme by the staffing company Rangam Consultants (a member of the American Staffing Association, ASA) seeks to connect US public and private Disability Support Agencies (DSAs) to companies looking for talent by creating conditions in which neurodiverse workers can thrive.

The SourceAbled programme by the staffing company Rangam Consultants (a member of the American Staffing Association, ASA) seeks to connect US public and private Disability Support Agencies (DSAs) to companies looking for talent by creating conditions in which neurodiverse workers can thrive.

World Employment Confederation

World Employment Confederation

World Employment Confederation

The World Employment Confederation is the voice of the recruitment and employment industry at global level. It brings together 49 national federations and six corporations covering a wide range of HR services, including agency work, direct recruitment, career management, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Managed Service Provision (MSP).  
The World Employment Confederation is the voice of the recruitment and employment industry at global level. It brings together 49 national federations and six corporations covering a wide range of HR...
Decent Work and Fighting Informality

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Decent Work and Fighting Informality

Decent Work and Fighting Informality

60% of all global workers are working informally. As such, they are devoid of the most basic of fundamental principles and rights of work and exposed to serious threats, including forced and bonded labour. Fighting informality remains the greatest challenge for the global labour market.
60% of all global workers are working informally. As such, they are devoid of the most basic of fundamental principles...

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WEC welcomes new Board members

WEC welcomes new Board members

During its General Assembly on 29th October, the World Employment Confederation elected four new Board members: Even Hagelien (NHOSH), Neil Carberry (REC), Jan Denys (Randstad) and Shinya Yamamoto (Recruit Staffing). Three standing Board members – Herwig Muyldermans, Bettina Schaller and Antonio Bonardo – were also re-elected in their current roles.
During its General Assembly on 29th October, the World Employment Confederation elected four new Board members: Even Hagelien (NHOSH), Neil...
Agency Work

Private Employment Services Industry

Agency Work

Agency Work

Agency work is an internationally recognised and regulated form of employment. The agency worker has an employment contract with the employment agency. They are then deployed to a user firm and work under the guidance and supervision of the user company. This “triangular employment relationship” improves allocation within the labour market. It allows workers to gain easy access to work...
Agency work is an internationally recognised and regulated form of employment. The agency worker has an employment contract with the...

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WEC Awards 2019: And the winners are…

WEC Awards 2019: And the winners are…

Federgon, ACHAZ and RCSA are the winners of the first Awards competition ever organized by the World Employment Confederation. The Awards Ceremony took place in the Gold Coast, Australia, on 29th October, as WEC members gathered together for the 2019 World Employment Conference.
Federgon, ACHAZ and RCSA are the winners of the first Awards competition ever organized by the World Employment Confederation. The...
Membership

Membership

The World Employment Confederation represents national federations as well as workforce solutions companies from across the world.
The World Employment Confederation represents national federations as well as workforce solutions companies from across the world.
Resources

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