Credit: MT

On Thursday 25 April 2024, Luxembourg’s Chamber of Commerce and the Employment Development Agency (ADEM) announced they renewed their partnership via a framework agreement which ratifies their long-standing collaboration while putting into perspective, in the interest of job seekers and businesses, new areas of cooperation in the areas of training, skills and entrepreneurship.

Through this framework agreement, the two partners are strengthening the formal framework of collaboration to develop and implement value-added projects for the labour market, taking into consideration the challenges of an evolving socio-economic context where the skills sought by companies and the availability of talent constitute major challenges.

ADEM and the Chamber of Commerce noted they will continue their collaboration within the framework of initial professional training and aim to carry out concrete actions in particular to promote entrepreneurship and to analyse the major trends in terms of skills sought on the job market.

The framework collaboration agreement was signed by Georges Mischo, Luxembourg’s Minister of Labour, Isabelle Schlesser, Director of ADEM, Carlo Thelen, General Director of the Chamber of Commerce and Muriel Morbé, CEO of the House of Training.