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This work package elaborates an authoritative and underpinning methodological concept and approach for the MAAS (Match, Attach, and Sustain) methods required by Job Brokers and employment counsellors.
They face new occupational challenges and expectations to extend employment counselling and beyond the matching of people to vacancies – to direct ‘attachment’ engagements to crystallise job placements – and ‘aftercare’ methods to sustain them.

Added to this are systemic digitalisation in guidance techniques and new demands from their job-seeking ‘clients’. Thus, whilst the next work package proposes a specific eTracking tool to support Job Brokers, companies, and job seekers with a shared digital resource,

This work package focuses specifically on ‘methods’ for meeting skills shortages and the new job opportunities, specifically in Tourism and with refugees and vulnerable job seekers.