As the International Confederation of Private Employment Agencies, Ciett is the authoritative voice representing the interests of agency work businesses.

Founded in 1967, Ciett consists of 47 national federations of private employment agencies and 8 of the largest staffing companies worldwide: AdeccoGi GroupKelly Services, Manpower, Randstad, Recruit Co., LTD.Trenkwalder and USG People.

Its main objectives are to help its members conduct their businesses in a legal and regulatory environment that is positive and supportive and to gain recognition for the positive contribution the industry brings to better functioning labour markets.


Wednesday 23 April 2014
Ciett joins forces with ILO to promote international fair recruitment practices

Ciett, the international confederation of private employment services, will take part on April 23rd...

Thursday 10 April 2014
Ciett stresses role of private employment services at the G20 conference on apprenticeships

On Wednesday 9 April the G20, the OECD and the European Commission organised a joint conference on...

Monday 31 March 2014
Ciett joins forces with EU, ILO and IOM to promote ethical recruitment

On 1 and 2 April during an international conference in Manila, the Philippines, Asian recruitment...

Friday 28 March 2014
Ciett meets ILO Director General

On 28 March a Ciett delegation consisting of Fred van Haasteren (Ciett President), Denis Pennel...

Monday 24 March 2014
New Way to Work newsletter published

Click here to read the newly published Way to Work newsletter.

Thursday 13 March 2014
Ciett speaks of the importance of ILO Convention No. 181 on Private Employment Agencies at the Baltic Sea Regional conference on preventing labour trafficking

Ciett, represented by Manpower Lithuania, spoke at the meeting of experts on prevention of labour...

Tuesday 11 March 2014
Ciett & Eurociett Way to Work newsletter

Ciett and Eurociett today published their <link...


Ciett Economic Report 2014





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