Why should jobseekers conduct a skills and strengths assessment before job searching?
Competence-based matching helps jobseekers to identify skill gaps using self-assessments.
Why is the Metaverse the new frontier in upskilling the labor market (Pt. 2)
Getting ready for the Metaverse means planning for new job profiles and a virtual economy.
Why the Metaverse is reshaping the whole new world of work? (Pt. 1)
The Metaverse will improve how we train and develop workers by creating new collaborative environments.
How is remote work opening the door to employment for disabled workers?
PES can ease disabled people into the workforce using software solutions that provide personalized job matches.
How employment solutions can help integrate war refugees into the labor force
Many Ukrainian refugees have a wealth of skills and want to contribute to the labor force of the host country.
Using behavior analytics in an employment journey
WCC EP Portals are shifting the paradigm into a user-centric and data-driven culture.
Flexible working: why time, not location will be the next big thing for employees
Quality of life is the new frontier in the competition for the brightest talent. How are companies adapting?
The COVID lost generation: Who are NEETs, and why does it matter?
NEETs (not in employment, education, or training) must be at the center of post-COVID employment policies.
Investors look to governments to define their human capital
WCC’s solutions offer investors a clear picture of a country’s labor market needed to make investment decisions.
Combining digital tools and global talent to fill vacancies
WCC’s employment solutions help businesses search the global marketplace for skilled candidates.
Going global to tackle labor shortages
Digital employment solutions can help companies scour the global talent pool for the right workers.
Avoiding long-term problems around labor market shortages
Labor shortages have rocked countries worldwide. What help can Public Employment Services provide?