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Building Bridges

Op voorraad
204 p.
2014
Boek
Editor(s): Leroy Fons, Struyven Ludo
Auteur(s): De Haeck Sven, Schmid Günther, Van Mellaert Lien

“For European Public Employment Services business will never be ‘business as usual’ anymore. As recent years painfully made clear, rapid and massive changes are increasingly occurring on the labour market. Moreover, the social function of Public Employment Services is changing. Today, they have to transform into ‘work-focused gateways to welfare systems’”. PES 2020 Strategy Output Paper

Public Employment Services
This pathbreaking volume offers a thorough and nuanced picture of the intended strategic reorientation laid down in the common strategy endorsed by all European Public Employment Services in order to contribute to the overall EU 2020 Strategy. Starting from the importance of Transitional Labour Market theory for employment services, it highlights the challenges and describes the changes in the role and function of Public Employment Services. It discusses the strategic capabilities that Public Employment Services need to acquire in order to reinvent themselves.

Building bridges
Presented in a professional-friendly way, ‘Building Bridges’ also helps to unravel Public Employment Services’ starting points and gaps that need to be bridged. It advocates connecting and being connected with all stakeholders, actors, job-seekers and employers within the labour market ecosystem.

Theory and practice
Written from the perspective of policy makers and academic researchers, it manages to be highly relevant to practitioners working in or engaged with Public Employment Services, as well as academics and students of labour economics, social policy and public administration.


ISBN 9782874033377 - Bestelcode 207144000
Building Bridges
€ 39,00

“For European Public Employment Services business will never be ‘business as usual’ anymore. As recent years painfully made clear, rapid and massive changes are increasingly occurring on the labour market. Moreover, the social function of Public Employment Services is changing. Today, they have to transform into ‘work-focused gateways to welfare systems’”. PES 2020 Strategy Output Paper

Public Employment Services
This pathbreaking volume offers a thorough and nuanced picture of the intended strategic reorientation laid down in the common strategy endorsed by all European Public Employment Services in order to contribute to the overall EU 2020 Strategy. Starting from the importance of Transitional Labour Market theory for employment services, it highlights the challenges and describes the changes in the role and function of Public Employment Services. It discusses the strategic capabilities that Public Employment Services need to acquire in order to reinvent themselves.

Building bridges
Presented in a professional-friendly way, ‘Building Bridges’ also helps to unravel Public Employment Services’ starting points and gaps that need to be bridged. It advocates connecting and being connected with all stakeholders, actors, job-seekers and employers within the labour market ecosystem.

Theory and practice
Written from the perspective of policy makers and academic researchers, it manages to be highly relevant to practitioners working in or engaged with Public Employment Services, as well as academics and students of labour economics, social policy and public administration.



Inhoudstafel

FOREWORD
Detlef Eckert

INTRODUCTION
Towards PS EU-nited: joint Strategy Development within the network
of European public employment services
Fons Leroy & Sven De Haeck

CHAPTER 1
Public Employment Services’ Contribution to EU 2020
PES 2020 Strategy Output Paper

CHAPTER 2
The PES 2020 Potential: reflecting from the Flemish scene on the Added Value
of the PES 2020 Strategy
Fons Leroy & Sven De Haeck

CHAPTER 3
Revisiting the Pillars of the PES and common challenges
Ludo Struyven & Liesbeth Van Parys

CHAPTER 4
Transitional Labour Markets and employment services
Günther Schmid

CHAPTER 5
At the lead of a new PES: Assessing the PES 2020 Strategy at an early age
Lien Van Mellaert, Liesbeth Van Parys & Ludo Struyven

CHAPTER 6
Tomorrow starts here: Five countries through the lens of PES 2020
Lien Van Mellaert & Ludo Struyven

CHAPTER 7
PESs’ business models: The hidden part of the reforms
Lien Van Mellaert & Ludo Struyven

CHAPTER 8
EU 2020, PES and the gap in between: what is to be done?
Ludo Struyven & Lien Van Mellaert

EPILOGUE
Fons Leroy

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