About World Employment Confederation

About World Employment Confederation
The World Employment Confederation is the voice of the employment industry at the global level, uniting labour market enablers from 50 countries and 7 of the largest international workforce solutions companies.

The World Employment Confederation brings unique access to and engagement with, international policymakers (ILO, OECD, World Bank, IMF, IOM, EU) and key stakeholders (IOE, trade unions, academic world, think tanks, NGOs).

The World Employment Confederation strives for recognition of the economic and social role played by the employment industry in enabling work, adaptation, security and prosperity in our societies. Its members provide access to the labour market and meaningful work for 50 million people around the world and service around 5 million organisations on a yearly basis.

The World Employment Confederation is organised into 6 regions: Europe, North America, Latin America, APAC Southern, North East Asia and Africa.

Members of the World Employment Confederation represent a wide range of HR services, including Agency Work, Direct Recruitment, Career Management, RPO and MSP.