Labour Market Observatory events - page 1

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  • Labour Market Observatory conference
    Conference - Florijana Andrašeca 18A/VI, Zagreb, Croatia

    The European Economic and Social Committee has recently organised a conference on “Taking action on long-term unemployment: national and European perspectives”. It took place on the 11 March 2015 in Zagreb.

  • Labour Market Observatory – 35th meeting
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium

    This LMO conference will look into existing and further measures for start-ups to help them creating jobs, ranging from financial incentives to training and business support services. There is a substantial variation in the quality of provision across Europe and within countries and there is still scope for considerable further improvement.

    Panelists include representatives from start-ups and their networks - including social enterprises, the European Parliament, the European Commission, Eurofound and the social partners.

  • Labour Market Observatory – 34th meeting
    Conference - EESC, Room VM3, Rue Van Maerlant 2, Brussels, Belgium

    This LMO conference was an opportunity to better understand the difficulties to achieve a better work-life balance and to take stock of the efforts undertaken by policymakers, public authorities and companies. Speakers have included representatives from the European Commission, Eurofound, Committee of Regions, Confederation of Family Organisations in the European Union, European Women’s Lobby and Make mothers matter.

  • Labour Market Observatory Public hearing
    Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium

    The Public Hearing was an occasion to make a state of play of youth employment policies at the EU level, while also focusing on the situation in 6 Member States (Austria, Croatia, Finland, Greece, Italy and Slovakia). The event involved representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission, Eurofound, EU social partners, youth organisations and think tanks.

  • Visual Diversity in the workplace
    Labour Market Observatory conference
    Conference - Berlin, Germany

    Diversity is about recognising, respecting and valuing all types of difference. This conference was looking into how diverse workplaces could be beneficial for all: businesses, employees and society in general. Practical examples from across the EU were presented. The issue of intercultural differences was addressed in the context of intra-EU mobility.

  • Conference - Cedefop, Thessaloniki, Greece

    This conference of the Labour Market Observatory, hosted by CEDEFOP (European centre for the development of vocational training) has been an occasion to look at issues such as: the future skills supply and demand in Europe, the matching of skills and competences with the labour market needs, the need to increase synergies between the worlds of education and work, the recognition of qualifications and the enhancement of intra-EU mobility of workers.

  • Meeting - Brussels, Belgium
    This meeting of the Labour Market Observatory, which marked the beginning of a new term of office, was mainly dedicated to discussing the observatory's working methods for the 2013-2015 mandate, as well as its 2013-2014 work programme. The meeting was also an occasion to listen to various external speakers from the European Commission and Eurofound who presented the state of play and the challenges facing European labour markets.
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    Conference - Warsaw, Poland

    Atypical work refers to employment relationships not conforming to the standard or "typical" model of full-time, regular, open-ended employment with a single employer over a long time span. The purpose of the LMO conference, co-organised with the Polish Ministry for Labour and Social Policy, is to examine these kinds of atypical employment and various EU level and national level attempts to deal with them. What has been done? Have the desired effects been reached? What are the future challenges?

  • Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    Active labour market policies aim to improve the functioning of the labour market, notably by matching the unemployed or those with difficulties in the labour market to vacancies or jobs or by enhancing their employability with a view to future employment. However, during the crisis job creation and active labour market policies were largely affected by austerity measures.

  • 27th Labour Market Observatory mee ting / conferenc e "Excluded or included"
    LMO conference on the labour market participation of people with intellectual impairment or relational problems
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    The labour market in Europe is changing. Employers are placing increasing demands on their employees. Lifelong learning is now a top priority concept in the EU. At the same time CEDEFOP forecasts point towards a reduction in the number of low-skilled jobs in the European economy in the years to come. Most employment analyses are based on general indicators and give only limited consideration to less-privileged groups. The Europe 2020 headline target of an overall employment rate of 75% could theoretically be achieved even with some less-privileged groups having extremely low employment rates, as there are no subgroup-specific targets. The low-skilled jobs that are available are in many cases occupied by immigrants who tend to outcompete other less-privileged groups here.

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