ADEM aims to support employers and employees whose activities and required skills are or will be strongly transformed by digital or other disruptions.
Digitalization and automation are affecting all sectors of activity in Luxembourg and lead to radical transformation of companies, jobs and skills, to a significant extent and with unprecedented complexity. The proactive and strategic reskilling and upskilling of employees is the best possible response to these transformations.
This paradigm shift requires a common vision oriented towards the future demand of the market, a support mechanism for the companies, employees and job seekers most affected, as well as innovative tools to better support different skills initiatives.
The 2018-2019 “Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge” pilot project
From May 2018 to November 2019, a pilot project was carried out with the aim of anticipating the impacts of technological advances on jobs and to test (as a "proof of concept") the usefulness of supporting companies and their employees in the transformation of their work, jobs and skills.
In order to increase the understanding of evolving skills and labour market shortages and imbalances on the Luxembourg labour market, seven sectoral studies presenting trends in occupations and skills have been carried out.