An important task of ADEM is to make the labour market as transparent as possible so that jobseekers have easy access to suitable job offers. For this reason, companies are legally obliged to report their vacancies to ADEM.
As more and more companies publish their job vacancies on electronic platforms, ADEM began last year to enter into partnerships with providers of online jobboards and IT companies specialised in human resources. As part of these partnerships, an automatic transfer of job offers takes place. This is a considerable administrative relief for employers as job offers only have to be entered once. The automatic transfer of job offers has already been taking place with the Luxembourg start-up Skeeled since 2019 and with the websites of Horesca and RTL as part of the "Jobdag". Deloitte and Post also automatically integrate their vacancies to the ADEM database.
As of today there is another partnership between ADEM and JOB TODAY, a Luxembourg start-up company that has become a leading provider in the field of online recruitment. On the electronic platform, employers and jobseekers can communicate with each other directly via a chat, which on the one hand is more unconventional and is particularly popular with young jobseekers and on the other hand gives employers quick results.
The Luxembourg vacancies published on JOB TODAY are automatically integrated into the ADEM database with the consent of the companies concerned and are therefore directly accessible to jobseekers. At the same time, jobseekers can also publish their profile on JOB TODAY.
ADEM would like to expand its collaboration with other online jobboards and is open to further partnerships. This strategy is also part of the partnership between ADEM and the Luxembourg Business Association (UEL).