Public Employment Services

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COVID, Labour Market Policy and Public Employment Services – A key part of the mix of policy responses

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted economies and labour markets in all world regions. Labour market programmes are a key part of the mix of policy responses that governments have put in place to protect jobs, enterprises and incomes from the fallout of the pandemic. As in previous crises, policy-makers in emerging and developed economies … Continue reading

COVID and Public Employment Services (PES) – Need to be agile, quickly adapt to the new situation and adjust their response frequently and flexibly to respond to unpredictable developments

Strengthening labour market resilience also requires stronger institutional capacity to scale up key measures quickly, while maintaining service quality. This implies that when a crisis hit, the policy infrastructure should already be in place and can be scaled up quickly. Evidence suggests that implementation and delivery failures during the COVID-19 crisis were more common where … Continue reading

Public Employment Service (PES) in Colombia – Increases the probability of having a formal job

Active labour market policies (ALMPs) have gained increasing importance in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) since the beginning of the 2000s as helpful policy instruments to sustain productive employment. This reflects a policy shift by governments in the region to complement traditional interventions aimed at poverty reduction (such as conditional cash transfers, CCTs), with … Continue reading

Europe’s Employer – Their attitudes towards the unemployed, especially on skills and employability, and the effectiveness of their contact with public employment services

Based on original polling across five European countries, this report explores employers’ views on a range of issues related to long-term unemployment – their attitudes towards the unemployed, especially on skills and employability, and the effectiveness of their contact with public employment services. Employers are central to resolving long-term unemployment: they will decide whether or … Continue reading

Behind the German jobs miracle, the Jobs Centers (Bundesagentur für Arbeit, or BA) with the motto “Challenge and encourage”

“Challenge and encourage” is the motto under which job seekers—including welfare recipients, who had previously been invisible in unemployment statistics—will be mobilized, using all of the measures at the government’s disposal Continue reading

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