Lire le Training and employment n° 152 sur le site du Céreq
The effects of the health crisis have forced businesses in many sectors to deal with a sharp decline in activity, which in some cases is likely to last a long time. A series of measures already exist to support employees obliged to find alternative employment. However, the current socio-economic crisis undoubtedly calls for more ambitious management of career transitions, particularly for the least skilled workers. Drawing on a synthesis of its recent studies on the subject, Céreq has identified the levers to be pulled in order to promote more forward-looking and collective management of occupational mobility.
Damien Brochier, From restructuring to career transitions: a new era of occupational mobility? in Training and employment n° 152 (2021). – 4 p