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Hotel chain gets help from EURES to find seasonal staff

Since 2015, a Spanish hotel group has been collaborating with EURES Slovenia to hire seasonal workers for its hotels in Spain and Greece. We spoke to Iberostar’s Alberto Alba and Aleksandra Đukić, a beneficiary of this recruitment campaign, to find out more about the initiative.

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31/05/2019


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Well-timed application lands Greek receptionist a new job in Germany


Sweden invites Greek health specialists to move north

A successful employment concept is encouraging healthcare workers to swap Greece for Sweden. The biannual Swedish Week is held in Athens and Thessaloniki, with the latest edition taking place last month, and cooperation between the two countries goes back a long way.

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20/06/2017


From hobby to business – Youth Guarantee helps young Greek woman achieve her dream

When Aristea Zachari left school, three months of unsuccessful job hunting followed, making her financially dependent on her parents and concerned about her future. So when the Youth Guarantee scheme was presented to her at her local careers office, she jumped at the chance to take part and train as a hairdresser.

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16/12/2016


Fast-track training for your first digital skills job

Combine new technical skills with key ‘soft skills’ and you’ve got a greater chance of finding and keeping a job. That’s the thinking behind FIT4Jobs, an Irish training-for-employment initiative just tested successfully in five other EU countries.

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26/08/2016


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