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26.11.2020

ADDRESSING THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE LABOUR MARKET

ADDRESSING THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE LABOUR MARKET          Promoting Economic Recovery and Jobs Growth    more informations soon... Virtual Conference SOCSO - Malaysian PES/WAPES November 26, 2020 2:30 pm to 5:00pm - GMT+8)
19.11.2020

Managing Board

This year, the Managing Board will take place remotely.
22.10.2020

OECD WAPES webinar THE FUTURE OF LOCAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

  OECD Local Development Forum  Webinar Series The OECD Local Development Forum invites you to the following webinar: THE FUTURE OF LOCAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Thursday 22 October, 2020   15:00-16:30 CEST (Central European Summer Time)Zoom meeting This webinar is organised in collaboration with the World Association of Public Employment Services  Website • Webinar registration • Contact  WHAT’S THE ISSUE?   COVID-19 is causing unemployment to spike across the OECD.  The average OECD unemployment rate is estimated to reach 9.4% in the fourth quarter of 2020 if there is no second wave...
28.09.2020

Telework: opportunities and risks for our organisations and tomorrow's labour market

Link for presentations Webconference- 3PM (heure de Bruxelles)   The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the practice of telework by forcing many companies and organisations to use it to maintain all or part of their activities.   In response to a survey jointly carried out between April and May 2020 by WAPES, in partnership with the International Labour Organisation, the Inter-American Development Bank and SOCIEUX+, among 80 public employment services (PES) on all continents, more than 82% of the participants reported national measures to foster telework.    This increase, which has had...
29.06.2020

Web Conference: Swinging into Action in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

From 2 April to 28 May 2020, WAPES together with its partners International Labour Organization (ILO), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and SOCIEUX+, carried out a joint survey of the world's public employment to assess how they have adapted to the health and economic crisis following the Covid-19 pandemic, with the objective of anticipating the main lines of their actions in the coming months.   This survey focused on four areas:   •    Prevention and economic support •    Measures to maintain  PES services •    Services organization measures •    Current or foreseeable problems  ...

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