Mercedes and Daniel are two Spanish nurses with a short professional experience.
How to improve the quality of traineeships in the EU? Trainees from inside and outside the European institutions met on 25 January in Brussels to discuss ways to improve the quality of traineeships in Europe.
“Jauniešu nodarbinātības garantijas” mērķis ir nodrošināt, lai ikviena persona vecumā līdz 25 gadiem saņemtu darba, tālākizglītības, mācekļa prakses vai stažēšanās piedāvājumu četru mēnešu laikā no brīža, kad pārtrauc mācības vai kļūst par bezdarbnieku.
European Job Days are dynamic recruitment events that bring jobseekers and employers together.
„Tava pirmā EURES darbavieta” ir īpaša profesionālās mobilitātes programma, lai uzlabotu jauniešu izredzes Eiropas darba tirgū un motivētu darba devējus grūti aizpildāmās darba vietas piedāvāt gados jauniem, mobiliem darbiniekiem.
This initiative is how the Commission will help the EU reach its employment target for 2020: 75% of the working-age population (20-64 years) in work.
Restructuring, relocation and outsourcing have consequences on employment and working conditions.
Find out what happens to your healthcare, your pension and your unemployment rights when you move to another EU country.
In this ever changing world, new kinds of jobs emerge every day.
Your First Job Abroad is an initiative designed to publicise how much more easily workers can move within Europe with the right help and advice from EURES, the European Jobs Network.
A new flagship initiative aimed at helping young people to gain the knowledge, skills and experience they need to make their first job a reality.
The G20 has a crucial role to play.
Eiropā ik dienas miljoniem sieviešu un vīriešu saskaras ar problēmu, kā sabalansēt darbu ar ģimeni un privāto dzīvi.
Katru gadu EURES darbinieku grupas visā Eiropas Savienībā organizē simtiem “Eiropas Darba dienu” – lielisku iespēju pieņemt darbiniekus, satikt darba devējus, apspriest nākotnes plānus ar EURES konsultantiem, kā arī uzzināt vairāk par to, kā ES var Jums palīdzēt.
One of the key features of the EU's response to the current economic crisis is to emphasise the job-creating potential of the green economy, both as part of the European Recovery Plan and the European Commission's proposals to tackle climate change.
Tackling Europe's falling birth rate: story of older workers in active ageing and people balancing work and private life in Europe.
Training to improve skills in the health sector: example of nurses' diabetes training project in the Netherlands co-funded by the EU through the European Social Fund
Facing up to a globalised world: the EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) and the support it can provide to workers in Europe.
EU Job Days bring together jobseekers and employers: short clip on the EU's annual Job Days initiative to promote mobility for workers in Europe
Helping workers and businesses adapt to economic change: example of projects in Portugal (making globalisation positive; training business managers) co-funded by the EU through the European Social Fund.
Improving job opportunities for people: example of training projects in Estonia (bus driver instructor learns interactive teaching methods; former pre-school teacher makes career change in sales management) co-funded by the EU through the European Social Fund.
Women in business and a professional police force: example of projects in Lithuania (helping women go into business or improve their existing business; providing training in English and computer skills to police officers) co-funded by the EU through the European Social Fund
Enabling workers over 50 to remain employable: example of training project in France (older workers learning new skills and sharing valuable professional experience with younger workers) co-funded by the EU through the European Social Fund
Jobseekers and employers can come together to find new opportunities, all with expert EURES Advisers present to offer advice and guidance.
Helping people remain employable: example of training project in the Czech Republic (Czech railways provide staff with re-training to adapt their skills to the evolving needs of the company) co-funded by the EU through the European Social Fund.
The Mission has visited a number of Member States and discussed with them how they have been developing and implementing their flexicurity pathways at the national level.