Chairs world’s biggest professional association of labor market participants and projects in the sphere of the future of work. Her interests lie in the sphere of labor market issues, sustainable development and relations of businesses with EU Parlament, UN and the World Bank.
World Employment Confederation is the biggest association of labor market professionals in the world. It’s goal is to ensure that the labor market is open, all-inclusive and stable.
Since 2014, next to her day job, she is President of the World Employment Confederation (WEC), the voice of the global employment industry, representing 50 national associations and seven large, international workforce solutions companies in the HR services industry.
- Globalization and the future of work: what specific reforms will companies have to carry out to attract the best professionals?
- Flexible recruitment patterns and the influence of technologies
- Self-employed professionals: our reality or distant future?
- Reskilling: what skills are in high demand and worth developing right now?