Networks Promoting Employment
Employment issues are no longer solved by individual actors on the labor market; instead, employment networks are enlisting all key actors. These include businesses, politicians, public administrators, unions, trade associations and universities — essentially anyone affected by the labor market’s current problems. The interplay of all actors allows networks to bring new momentum to improving employment opportunities.
Their particular strength lies in developing, testing and sharing new methods for integrating difficult target groups. Why keep reinventing the wheel?
At a regional level, participants develop solutions for their specific regional problems. As an expression of regional identity, viable solutions can be tested on-site while discussion is still taking place at higher, more distant levels.
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