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Things are moving fast as employment and social affairs make up a decisive part of the roadmap to a more united and democratic EU by June 2019, announced by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in September 2017: the Commission proposals to make it happen must be on the table of the European Parliament and Council by May 2018 at the latest.
We explain how the European Pillar of Social Rights, proclaimed by EU leaders last November, serves as a framework for preparing them and is strengthening the social dimension of EU economic governance.
We also review proposals for an EU framework to raise the quality of apprenticeships, report on evidence of an urgent need to take on intergenerational inequality and show how social innovation is a must to ensure sustainable economic growth.
This summary report summarizes the key points and conclusions discussed within the PES Network and the European Commission and further explored during the ‘Making the PES Business Case’ Pes Network seminar, which took place in Brussels on 17 January 2017. The report concludes a discussion of future directions for learning.
This toolkit aims to help organisations, specifically public employment services (PES), to get started with finding answers to the future growth of data production, smart data and its challenges. It aims is to help PES transform their existing data into information, knowledge, and subsequently Wisdom.
This report presents summarizes the key points and conclusions emerging from the study visit to the Norwegian PES (Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration)
This paper aims to review recent policy initiatives supporting the labour market integration of people with a disability, focusing on measures implemented by public employment services (PES). It builds on a previous paper produced under the European Commission’s PES to PES Dialogue programme that explored the causes of and possible solutions to the rising incidence of disability (EC 2013).
This report summarizes the key points and conclusions from the discussions at the PES Network Conference on LTU held in Brussels on 2 June 2016. The conferences wbrought together senior PES representatives and other partner organisations from 21 Member States, as well as participants from Norway and Turkey, to discuss the Council Recommendation.