Globally, the labour market is becoming highly dynamic due to technological developments.
As a result, traditional middlemen will be replaced by smart algorithms; employers will be invited to provide both decent salaries and development opportunities to attract and retain employees; and, individuals are requested to maintain their knowledge and skills to stay agile. We need a paradigm shift to cope with these challenges.
The emphasis of the public sector is no longer focussed on providing facilities for citizens, but on providing the right programs in which all stakeholders can organize themselves. Municipalities play an important role to encourage all stakeholders to participate and to increase their own problem-solving capacity.
When municipalities, employers, individuals and educational institutions work together, the following questions are often being raised:
What impact is being realized and how is it measured? Does the proposed cooperation lead to cost savings and how big are these? How do the stakeholders deal with savings realized within another domain? What investments are needed to achieve this? How can we ignite economic opportunities in our region?
To make the cooperation between all stakeholders insightful, we have developed the 'Social Architecture' explaining the customer journey of each of the four stakeholders. All actions are stored in the database, to enable CockpitWork to generate actionable data and information to make better decisions.
We recognize four main stakeholders on the labour market: Region (black), Individual (green), Employer (blue) and Education (orange). We believe that technology should enable all stakeholders to take action themselves to mobilize all talents and assets in the Region. We are convinced that a trusted community that can organize itself will generate new economic opportunities for the good of all.
Each point on the Social Architecture adds to the data cloud. CockpitWork generates insights for all stakeholders to take action themselves. Without action no result!
CockpitWork uses SMRT.bio database to generate 'primary data'. CockpitWork generates insights automatically and in real-time to understand the actual demand and supply of work and education in every city and region.
The way in which the data is presented enables every stakeholder to analyze the data themselves to gain deeper insights and to make better decisions.
CockpitWork provides actionable answers for each of the stakeholders involved.
CockpitWork is available to employers, individuals (employees and jobseekers), educational institutions and municipalities. The authorization table that comes with CockpitWork, ensures the privacy of all people and organizations involved and complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).