Annual Meeting 2023: Pathways of Greening Labour Markets. Opportunities and Challenges for Regional and Local La-bour Market Observation in Europe and beyond.
Annual Meeting 2022: The Relevance of Artificial Intelligence in the Digital and Green Transformation of Regional and Local Labour Markets across Europe. Perspectives on Employment, Training, Placement and Social Inclusion.
The “Decade of Action” to achieve sustainable development requires an appropriate functionality of regional and local labour markets as primary players of the digital and green transformation towards this shared strategic goal. The digital and green transformation of regional and local labour markets in Europe sets a fundamental orientation towards the future, which at the…
Annual Meeting 2021: Transformations of Local and Regional Labour Markets across Europe in Pandemic and Post-Pandemic times. Challenges for Regional and Local Labour Marekt Observatories
The transformation of regional and local labour markets increased during the Pandemic. State support has an important impact on these developments. Therefore, a state of the art approach will be made and derived from there the challenges for regional and local labour market observatories will be specified.
Annual Meeting 2020: The Importance of SMEs as Innovators of Sustainable Inclusive Employment: New Evidence from Regional Labour Markets
SMEs as backbone of the European economy have to compete with large companies. Their relevance for the regional and local labour markets is known, but they not very well explored. There exists only a few data so that a systematic monitoring approach need to be discussed.
Annual Meeting 2019: Assessing Informal Employment and Skills Needs: Approaches and Insights from Regional and Local Labour Market Monitoring
So far, labour market observatories have mainly focused on monitoring formal employment. However, in many countries shadow economy plays an important role. It is difficult to measure the extent of informal employment as the economic activities carried out outside the norms and institutions take different forms, varying from subsistence farming to freelance work. Among other…
Annual Meeting 2018: Developing Skills in a Changing World of Work: Concepts, Measurement and Data Applied in Regional and Local Labour Market Monitoring Across Europe
Many European regions and localities experience shortages of skilled labour arising from the growing impact of technological change in conjunction with globalisation and demographic developments. The changing world of work poses new requirements towards the skills that are needed for acquiring and retaining employability. The Annual Meeting of the EN RLMM explored the transformation of…
Annual Meeting 2017: The Importance of Governance in Regional Labour Market Monitoring for Evidence-based Policy-making/Regional Labour Market Monitoring in Developing and Emerging Countries
In 2017, the Annual Meeting of the EN RLMM took place in Tirana, the capital of the Republic of Albania. It was organised jointly with the GIZ, the German Development Co-operation. There are over 560 regional and local labour market observatories in Europe, which provide reliable and targeted information on the current and future developments in the…
Annual Meeting 2016: Digital (R)evolution and Its Effects on Labour: Opportunities and Challenges for Regional and Local Labour Market Monitoring
Digitalisation is not a new phenomenon in the world of work—even though in some respect it has revolutionised the world of work in the past decades, it is a process that has followed an evolutionary course for a long period of time. There have been various attempts to assess its effects on labour in terms…
Annual Meeting 2015: Big Data and the Complexity of Labour Market Policies: New Approaches in Regional and Local Labour Market Monitoring for Reducing Skills Mismatches
The Annual Meeting of the EN RLMM was concerned with innovative approaches to regional and local labour market monitoring through the use of Big Data. As the definition of Big Data and the opportunities for its utilisation are constantly evolving, it is important to acquire a solid understanding of the issues associated with its possible…
Annual Meeting 2014: Sustainable Economy and Sustainable Employment: Approaches to Measuring Sustainability in Regional and Local Labour Market Monitoring
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Sustainable economic activities are complex processes: they are often driven by contradictory or conflicting goals and strategies in regard to reaching a balance between economic growth, ecological goals and social concerns. Besides acknowledging the importance of technological and organisational innovations in these dynamic processes, the sustainability discourses are increasingly concerned with human resources. They address the…