EMCC European Monitoring Centre on Change

National Labour Exchange (Cliclavoro)

Italy
Phase: Management
Typ:
  • Advice
  • Matching/Networking
  • Provision of labour market information
Zuletzt geändert: 30 June, 2020
Ursprünglicher Name:

Borsa Continua nazionale del lavoro (Cliclavoro)

Englischer Name:

National Labour Exchange (Cliclavoro)

Coverage/Eligibility

The National Labour Exchange (today also called Cliclavoro) targets jobseekers, workers, employers, and labour market intermediaries.

Main characteristics

The National Labour Exchange is an information sharing system intended to support the matching between demand and supply of labour. The system connects regional databases on vacancies and on jobseekers (regional labour exchanges), making this information available on a single national web portal, Cliclavoro. The network also involves schools and universities, which have the possibility to upload their students’ CVs.

The ClicLavoro web portal allows employers and labour market intermediaries to advertise vacancies and to view jobseekers’ personal profiles, including their previous training and professional experiences. Job-seekers can also subscribe to the portal, upload their CVs, apply for job offers in Italy and abroad, and find out news on public competitions or vocational training opportunities.

The website also provides a wide range of information targeting employers, labour market intermediaries, and citizens. This information concerns labour market trends, hiring incentives, public incentives for business creation and development, employment conditions and workers’ rights, administrative requirements related to the set-up of a private employment agency and for the management of employment relationships, main features of national passive labour market policies, and the list of all the registered labour market intermediaries.

Funding

  • National funds
  • European funds
  • European Funds (ESF)

Involved actors

National government
The Ministry of Labour and Social Policies coordinates the operations of the National Labour Exchange and of the network of regional labour exchanges.
Regional/local government
Each region administers its own regional labour exchange, which is to be fully interoperable and accessible by the National Labour Exchange according to a protocol setting out common technical standards.
Public employment services
Public Employment Services (PES) are required to store the information they collect on vacancies and on jobseekers’ profiles in the regional labour exchanges.
Andere
Private employment agencies are required to publish information on vacancies and on jobseekers’ profiles in the regional labour exchanges. Schools and universities are required to upload their students’ CVs.

Effectiveness

As of May 2016, ClicLavoro hosted about 158,000 open vacancies and 292,000 CVs. During 2017 there were 1,466,942 users registered to the portal were, which was accessed a total of 3,026,596 times.

Strengths

The network is able to gather data and information on the labour market, collected at local level, making them available on a single website in a user-friendly way.

Weaknesses

The amount and quality of the information made available vary across regions.

Beispiele

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