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Europe’s Public Employment Services share lessons on PES visibility and branding
A new paper from the European Network of Public Employment Services (PES Network) highlights good practices in both internal and external communication by PES in Europe. The paper sets out recommendations for PES to better communicate with their target audiences, a crucial task for improving the visibility and recognition of their role, services, expertise and labour market contribution.
Public Employment Services moving towards a culture of quality management
A new thematic paper by the European Network of Public Employment Services (PES Network) highlights how PES are increasingly devising ways to create ‘a culture of quality management’ in their work. Key areas of work include self-assessment, customer input and feedback, and how to select the right quality management model to reach the desired standards.
Public Employment Services strengthening their future-skills intelligence
A new thematic paper by the European Network of Public Employment Services (PES Network) highlights how PES are developing their skills-intelligence systems to enhance their understanding and analysis of future skills needs in the European labour market. It includes a series of recommendations for PES to further reinforce this important contribution to the EU Skills Agenda.
How and why are Public Employment Services increasingly supporting employers?
Public Employment Services (PES) are best known for their work with jobseekers. But, they are increasingly growing and evolving their work with employers and employers organisations. A recent webinar of the European PES Network examined some of the latest approaches by national PES and identified some interesting trends around new forms of support to employers.
PESPod#12: Discover the latest approaches to labour shortages in Europe
A new episode of PESPod – the podcast of the European PES Network – showcases the latest research and practice in addressing labour and skills shortages in Europe. Hear about recent trends in different sectors and the example of what the Public Employment Service (PES) in Norway is doing with their partners to tackle these crucial issues for the future labour market.
Supporting young people into the labour market: a new PES Network video
As part of the European Year of Youth 2022, discover how solutions to youth unemployment are often about much more than simply ‘finding a job’. A new 4-minute video from the PES Network presents how Public Employment Services (PES) are working – often with partner organisations – to support the transition of young people into the labour market.
Europe’s Public Employment Services seek a new post-COVID-19 equilibrium
A new study by the European Network of Public Employment Services (PES Network) has highlighted that the post-COVID recovery will not mean a simple return to pre-COVID normality for Europe’s PES. Find out how adaptations by PES in areas such as online services, homeworking, expanded services and new partnerships will continue to impact on PES’ future strategies.
PESPod#11: France shows how Europe’s Public Employment Services benefit from peer assessment
Hear how the Public Employment Service (PES) in France experienced its recent peer assessment by colleagues in the PES Network (also known as ‘benchlearning site visits’) - and how this will feed into ongoing improvements to its work. All in the latest episode of PESPod – the podcast of the European PES Network!
Public Employment Services urged to keep ahead of rapidly changing labour markets
The 2022 PES Network Stakeholder Conference on labour and skills shortages in Europe highlighted the urgent need for Public Employment Services (PES) and their partners to jointly anticipate evolving labour and skills needs in order to meet the needs of jobseekers and employers.
PES Network stands in solidarity with refugees from Ukraine
Public Employment Services (PES) across Europe are demonstrating their commitment to supporting displaced people escaping the war in Ukraine - through implementation of measures to enhance their rights and provide practical support within the EU.