Throughout Europe, the labor 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.
We recognize four main stakeholders on the labor market: Individuals, Employers, Education and Municipalities.
We believe that technology should enable all stakeholders to take action themselves.
We are convinced that a trusted community that can organize itself will result in new services and is able to ignite economic opportunities for the good of all.
Big data analysis can help all stakeholders to understand what is going on in the labour market.
This understanding delivers better decions that have a positive effect on the labour market.
To build up a relevant data-cloud, we make use of the Smrt.bio platform.
In our research we have a focus on collecting real-time data. This data is analyzed and offered to all stakeholders in a specific city or region.
We work with partners to add consulting practises based on the findings such as Key Battle Framework.
It is our aim to help the labor market to move from a liniair approach to a circular one to mobilize all talents and assets in the region.
CockpitWork is convinced that the paradigm shift should be started by improving the demand of employers: the better we know what they are looking for, the better the quality of the match.
Secondly, we need to attract individuals to invite them to share their passion, strengths and competencies in a playful manner.
Furthermore, we have to offer development opportunities by getting the educational system involved so that we can generate personal learning advice automatically to every individual and employer to stay agile and competitive.
Finally, it is our goal to invite municipalities as a true partner in developing a 'Talent utility'. We help municipalities to further improve on their policymaking within the labour market.