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Employment & Educations Membership

Regional Destribution

With many of the G20 countries witnessing increasing numbers of youth neither in education nor employment or training, the main policy challenge is to develop policies which can help to increase participation in the workforce, and to foster the skills and education necessary to prevail in today’s fast-paced international market place. Especially for vulnerable groups entry to the formal labour market needs to be promoted and the regulatory framework needs to be adapted so as to allow a better transition from informal to formal employment. 

Furthermore, future changes in the working environment, such as technological developments or demographic changes will need to be considered. 

Recent discussions also show the concern of increasing sustainability in global supply chains. In this context, working conditions have to be improved for all employees in production countries, including those that are not part of a global supply chain, and a safe work environment needs to be created for all. 

The three priorities of 1) open, dynamic and inclusive labour markets, 2) shaping the future of work and 3) addressing working conditions in global supply chains will be addressed by the B20 Germany Task Force “Employment and Education”, which includes business leaders, employers’ associations and educational institutions.

Members

A'amal Group KSA
Adecco Group
AISECT
Antonio Capaldo Spa
ARGE Consulting
Argentina Chamber of Commerce and Services
Außenhandelsvereinigung des Deutschen Einzelhandels
AVD (Alternative - Volontariat - Développement)
Baidu
Beaumont & Co.
Bundesarbeitgeberverband Chemie e.

V.

Canadian Employers Council
CapitalPitch
Caprica International
Center for Curriculum Redesign
Centrer for Entrepreneurship, LLC
CEOE
Confederation of German Employers (BDA)
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
Consumer Goods Forum
CreBiz Factory
Deloitte
Econsense
EMD Serono / Merck KGaA
Emergent
EMPLOYERS OF POLAND
eNotus International
Federation of Korean Industries
Futurpreneur Canada
GESAMTMETALL
Gesamtverband der deutschen Textil- und Modeindustrie
Global Apprenticeships Network 
Global Business College of Australia
GLOBAL COALITION FOR EFFICIENT LOGISTICS (GCEL)
Great Eastern Energy Corporation Ltd.
Hamburg Chamber of Commerce (HK Hamburg)
Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.Ltd
HARTING AG & Co. KG
HayGroup
HDE - Handelsverband Deutschland
HEC Montréal Entrepreneurship Accelerator 
HENGTONG GROUP
Heraeus Holding GmbH
HILLHOUSE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LIMITED
Hilton Worldwide
INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
International Chamber Of Commerce Of Saudi Arabia
International Co-operative Alliance
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYERS ORGANIZATION
International Organisation of Employers
Iron Duke Partners Director and Chair BIAC
JAIN GLOBAL ANGEL INVESTING NETWORK
John Wiley & Sons
JóvenesxMéxico®
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Keidanren 
Kumaraguru College of Technology
Life Sciences Queensland Ltd  (LSQ)
MEDEF
Navitas
NIIT Limited
Nunnovation Africa Foundation
Orion Heritage Co.Ltd
PIOT FOUNDATION
POLICY TEAM, B20 CHINA HOST COMMITTEE
Randstad Holding
Randstad Holding
Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs 
Santa Farma Pharmaceuticals
Society for Human Resource Management/CFGI
Sodexo
Takamol
The Coca-Cola Company
ThreeEQ, Inc. / Young Leaders 3.0
TISK
Turkish Industry&Business Association
TUSIAD 
Unisectoral-Business Unity South Africa (BUSA)
USCIB
Verband deutscher Unternehmerinnen

e.V.

Vermeer Corporation
Yasar Holding CO 
YINTELLIGENCE Culture Communications Co., Ltd.
Young Businessmen Assocation of Turkey

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