Member Voice: How Regulations Will Impact Skills in 2022

GAN Global Board Member Representative, Bettina Schaller, Group SVP – Public Affairs of The Adecco Group shares her insights with us on anticipated trends and expectations from a workplace and skilling perspective. We all know that reskilling and upskilling are important. We lose around 40% of our skills every three years, so our skills can become obsolete in as little as a decade. Meanwhile, the changing demands of employers mean that employees need to learn new skills – upskilling – to fill vacancies. Career development is one of the top three priorities for employees, according to Adecco research that spanned 10 countries. And we…


GAN Network Activities

September and October have been eventful months at GAN Global, but also for the Networks around the world. With GAN Global colleagues travelling to Argentina and Costa Rica, an event on youth employability in Guatemala, the launch of the Apprenticeship Vacancy Index in Australia, the upcoming National Apprenticeship Day in France, there is a lot to tell. Read on to find out more.

WorldSkills Conference

With the ILO’s centenary being celebrated throughout this year, 2019’s agenda of international events on Future of Work, skills and work-based learning (WBL) has been a packed one. However, for the GAN Team, WorldSkills Kazan will be one to remember.

Guatemala dialogue on youth employability

Youth employability is a key topic on the global Future of Work agenda and to address it in Guatemala, Nestlé through its Iniciativa por los jóvenes brought together with the support of GAN Guatemala and CentraRSE (Action Center for Corporate Social Responsibility) representatives from diverse sectors of the economy: government and company representatives, business leaders, students, entrepreneurs and youth activists.