Product description

The Labour Market Information Framework (LMIF) enables application of standardized, secure and efficient procedures in gathering and processing the labour market data with the goal to extract knowledge from the gathered data and to provide reports suited for any purpose. By using the LMIF, it is possible to reuse and to adjust the existing standard LMIF software components in order to implement the desired labour market IT system in a significantly reduced amount of time and having the rich set of standard functionalities and the possibility to implement additional functionalities based on the same framework.LMIF provides a solid foundation for building information systems which provide accurate and timely information to the interested parties in order to enable them to issue their decisions (either business or career decisions) based on facts, not on estimations. Also, such information systems can provide the information support to government’s efforts on improving the employment skills for the population to enable the government to prepare and to respond to the global “shocks” and/or economic crises which may be expected anytime in the future. The resilience of the economy in the face of such challenges is critically conditional on sufficient labour market flexibility and continued efforts to boost the employability of its citizens. The adequate availability of key skills which can be recognized by using Labour Market Information systems will make it easier for individuals and the broader economy to adapt to changing circumstances with minimal disruptions.

Product Details

  • Name: LMIF


  • It provides added values related to labour market information with implementation of standard procedures related to data management
  • It enables automated gathering of structured data (in any standard format) from multiple trustworthy sources
  • It provides customized reporting mechanism and tools customized for various types of end-users (from layman users to the data professionals)
  • It provides guidelines for employment and skills policies to develop a workforce that can compete on the national and international labour market
  • It provides guidelines to employers on skills needed within the labour market and how to invest in their employees’ skills
  • It provides guidance to training and education institutions on how to better match the supply of skills that the labour market demands
  • It gives people advice on the labour market so that they can make informed decisions around training and career prospects
  • It provides information to end-users so they can take advantage of the recognized opportunities available to participate in the country’s labour market