World Employment Confederation (WEC)
1967-05-17 Paris France
17 May 1967, Paris (France), as International Confederation of Temporary Work Organizations. Subsequently changed title to International Confederation of Temporary Work Businesses – Confédération internationale des entreprises de travail temporaire – Confederación Internacional de Empresas de Trabajo Temporal and then Confédération internationale des agences privées pour l'emploi (Ciett) – International Confederation of Private Employment Agencies. Previously also referred to in French as Confédération internationale des agences d'emploi privé. Current title adopted 2016 with full title: World Employment Confederation - The voice of labour market enablers. Most recent statutes adopted 17 May 2014.
As the voice of labour market enablers, promote common interests of the private employment services industry on an international level.
Events2021-09-07 | Madrid, Spain – Annual Conference
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General Assembly (annual, usually at Conference); Board; Executive Committee; Standing Committees; Head Office. Regional associations (6), including: D-XM5268 - Confederación Latinoamericana de Empleo; D-XM3386 - World Employment Federation Europe.
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