Published on 7th February 2023
In 2022, the World Employment Confederation has been actively working on issues that will remain high on the international policy agenda in 2023: labour shortages, upskilling and reskilling, labour mobility, platform work, the impact of digitalisation on the world of work and changing regulation on agency work. Through public affairs, thought-leadership and positioning, WEC has contributed to shaping labour markets on all these issues.
But 2022 was also a strong year for capacity building, best practices sharing and networking. The WEC community has grown beyond the membership and has put the confederation in a stronger position to ensure the sustainable growth of the industry.
For a detailed overview of our 2022 achievements, flick through our Activity Report!