World Employment Confederation – Europe

Governance

The World Employment Confederation-Europe is a non-profit association established under Belgian law. The constitution establishes the Governing Body, Executive Committee, President and standing committees as main bodies of the Confederation.

Governing Body

The Governing Body has been set up as the highest decision-making body, in which each Member is represented and has the right to vote. Its roles are:

  • approving the strategy and priorities of the Confederation as proposed by the Executive Committee,
  • reviewing the progress achieved with regard to the main priorities,
  • setting up the Confederation’s budget and membership contributions,
  • electing the Executive Committee and reviewing its activities,
  • deciding on membership applications and other membership issues, and
  • amending the constitution if required.

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is composed of five members elected by the Governing Body. The Executive Committee is in charge of:

  • defining the strategy of the World Employment Confederation-Europe and monitoring its implementation,
  • endorsing annual action plans prepared by the Head Office,
  • implementing the budget and financial management, and
  • following up membership applications and issues.

Executive Committee

Bettina Schaller
Bettina Schaller

Regional Representative Europe

Maalfrid Brath
Maalfrid Brath

Vice-President (ManpowerGroup)

Jürrien Koops
Jürrien Koops

Vice-President (ABU)

Sonja van Lieshout
Sonja van Lieshout

Chair of the Public Affairs Committee (Randstad)

Agnieszka Zielińska
Agnieszka Zielińska

Executive Committee Member (Polskie Forum HR)

Standing Committees

The Public Affairs Committee and the EU Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee have been established as standing committees of the World Employment Confederation-Europe.

The Public Affairs Committee gathers around 20 members and undertakes the planning, coordinating and implementation of the Confederation’s public affairs and advocacy activities as decided by the Board. The Public Affairs Committee serves as a standing committee to agree on position papers and lobbying actions. It meets on a quarterly basis.

The EU Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee prepares the work linked to the EU Social Dialogue process established for the temporary agency work sector. The Committee discusses relevant EU policies, regulations and joint research with UNI Europa, the trade union representing temporary agency workers.

Other groups (task forces, networks, etc.) may be created according to needs, to deal with specific topics or interests. Find out about all our groups.

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