The World Employment Confederation is a non-profit association established under Belgian law. Our constitution establishes the General Assembly, the Board, and the standing committees as main bodies of the Confederation.
The General Assembly is the highest decision-making body, in which each member of the World Employment Confederation has a right to vote. Its roles are:
The General Assembly usually meets twice a year.
The Board oversees the day-to-day operations and activities, and the management of the Confederation. This includes:
Board members are elected by the General Assembly. Its composition aims to strike a balance in reflecting the diversity of the World Employment Confederation’s members.
Chair of the Economic Affairs Committee
The Adecco Group
Regional Representative North East Asia
Regional Representative Africa
Regional Representative Latin America
Regional Representative North America
Regional Representative APAC Southern
Regional Representative Europe
Members of the World Employment Confederation meet as part of the following committees:
Other groups (task forces, networks, etc.) may be created according to needs, to deal with specific topics or interests. Find out more about all our groups.