Toolbox

The toolbox is directed to individuals, organisations, and institutions active in promoting youth employment. It introduces some of the most effective Employment Services and illustrates each one with examples of good practice (Case Studies). The toolbox combines theoretical concepts with practical implementation expertise. It is a source of information and inspiration for practitioners and policy-makers around the globe. As a dynamic instrument, the toolbox is designed for continuous update and modification. A basic version will be completed by May 2018.

Employment Services

Employment Services intermediate between the demand side (employers) and the supply side (job-seekers) of the labour market. They can focus on either one or contribute to more than one of the overall objectives of job orientation, preparation and matching. Employment Services are designed to support the employability and career prospects of young people and to help employers recruit motivated and qualified staff.

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Orientation
Preparation
Matching
Career Guidance
Job Placement
Life Skills Training
Entrepreneurship Training & Start-up Support
Awareness Raising & Image Campaigns
Mentorship
Short-term demand-driven training & retraining

Cross-Cutting Topics

Further content in development

Public Private Partnerships for Employment Services
Digital solutions for Employment Services
Integrating people with disabilities into the labour market
Monitoring and evaluation of Employment Services
Promoting equal job opportunities for women and men
National stakeholder dialogues for employment
Glossary

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