European Pillar of Social Rights – How to enhance the efficiency of social protection (interview with Ana LUDWINEK, Research Manager, Eurofound)
Given the scale of the challenge presented by youth unemployment across the EU, it is clear that young people will remain at the top of Europe’s priorities over the coming years.
The Youth Guarantee aims to reduce youth unemployment by ensuring that every young person under the age of 25 receives a good quality offer of employment, continued education, an apprenticeship or a traineeship within four months of leaving school or becoming unemployed.
European Job Days are dynamic recruitment events that bring jobseekers and employers together.
Restructuring, relocation and outsourcing have consequences on employment and working conditions.