Meaning of labour exchange in English:

labour exchange

Translate labour exchange into Spanish

noun

former term for jobcentre
‘As for the training of unemployed whose training is financed by labour exchanges, this tendency has been especially conspicuous in the course of the past two years.’
  • ‘The labour exchanges would provide certification services for workers, as well as job placement and skills upgrading services for unskilled workers.’
  • ‘William Beveridge, who was commissioned to set up a combined scheme of labour exchanges and unemployment benefits, set up the Labour Exchanges division of the board in 1909.’
  • ‘The labour exchanges are closely connected with the European network of EURES Advisers.’
  • ‘Registration at the labour exchanges was voluntary.’