- 22/10/2021 - 22/10/2021
- 25/10/2021 - 25/10/2021
- 27/10/2021 - 27/10/2021
Seasonal worker: A guide to your rights
Seasonal work is a great way to see the world, but the exciting opportunities can bring more risks than other forms of employment. Read on to learn about the protection available and what to look out for.
EURES opportunities: What you need to know
To take full advantage of the opportunities EURES has to offer, we have put together a quick guide. If you are wondering how the platform can help you, keep reading.
Finding employment in Ireland with EURES: The stories of two Finns
Julia Maanawadu, 25, and Tuomas Lahtinen, 18, are two Finns who found an employment opportunity in Ireland before the pandemic, thanks to a collaboration between EURES Finland and EURES Ireland. During their time on the green island, they gained valuable professional skills, unforgettable experiences, and new friendships.
The future of work: Teaching professionals
The Skills Forecast from Cedefop allows us to imagine how the world of work might look in 10 years’ time by forecasting future employment trends. In this series of articles, we look at the potential challenges and changes facing certain professions between now and 2030.
5 tips for a healthy work-life balance during winter COVID-19 restrictions
The winter months can leave you feeling less motivated and spending more time at home. This can make it hard to maintain a healthy work-life balance, and COVID-19 restrictions don’t help. Check out our top 5 tips for managing winter restrictions!
#EU4FairWork competition for workers and employers now open!
Are you a worker or employer? The European Platform tackling undeclared work and the European Labour Authority (ELA) have launched the #EU4FairWork social media competition. We want to hear your stories about working declared and what declared work means for you.
GrensWerk event allows Dutch and German jobseekers to experience the workplace using virtual reality
As part of Die Tolle Woche (The Great Week), the Dutch-German employment office, GrensWerk, travelled around the border region giving students an opportunity to experience the workplace in virtual reality (VR).
EURES member organisations make free movement a reality for healthcare workers
Healthcare is a priority for European citizens, but there is a misalignment between where healthcare workers live and where the demands for services exist.
Celebrating 25 years of success: EURES Denmark
As EURES celebrates its 25th anniversary, the network is taking the opportunity to recognise its successes over the past 25 years and to look ahead to the future. In this article, we look specifically at some of the achievements of EURES Denmark.
French data scientist settles into life in Denmark thanks to EURES support
Aurelie Giraud had always wanted to live in Scandinavia, so when the opportunity came to move to Denmark, she took it. We spoke to Aurelie, as well as Lars Rungø from Workindenmark, to find out how EURES supported her with her move.
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