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Economy & Jobs 18-11-2021

New business partnerships help refugee women enter the workforce

Refugee women face lower levels of employment in Europe than their male counterparts or native-born females, according to a new report from Economist Impact. In response, 25 businesses have pledged to mentor over 1,200 refugee women and help them enter the workforce.
Health 29-10-2021

Media Partnership: Upskilling & Reskilling as part of the Well-Being of the European Workforce

Current major issues have profoundly changed the way we work, highlighting the crucial needs for European societies to constantly develop the skills of workers and their well-being.
Digital & Media 20-02-2013

Brussels plans fresh push for more women in ICT jobs

SPECIAL REPORT / The European Commission in June plans to publish a survey explaining why Europe’s information and communication technology (ICT) sector has too few women despite a projected deficit of 700,000 skilled workers by 2015.
Languages & Culture 16-11-2012

European workers lack basic English language skills: Survey

Although the English language plays a central role in today's international business environment, workers in many countries are still struggling with basic communication skills, according to a new report.
Enlargement 09-11-2012

Gender equality and the EU’s transformational power in Turkey

The EU’s enlargement to include Turkey seems to be a victim of the Cypriot issue, which produces disproportionately negative effects and weak political visions on both sides. Consequently, the EU’s credibility and transformational power are being weakened, writes Kader Sevinç.