- 08/04/2021 - 08/04/2021
- 06/05/2021 - 06/05/2021
How employers can address the gender imbalance created by COVID-19
COVID-19 has significantly sped up the move towards flexible working. To adapt to the ‘new normal’, many employers are making long-term changes to their workplace strategies. However, it is important that they also consider how their future workplace model will affect gender equality.
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.
Returning to Poland? Let EURES help you
Labour mobility is often associated with jobseekers moving abroad for work. However, for some mobile workers returning back home can be as tough as relocating to a new country. We asked Katarzyna Kawka-Kopeć from the National Coordination Office in Poland about how they support returning mobile workers.
Top tips for onboarding new international employees
COVID-19 has allowed many companies to rise above the constraints of their physical offices and turn to hiring remote workers, including employees from abroad. But what is the best way to integrate new international hires into your organisation from a distance? We have a few practical tips to help you.
How to recruit effectively with EURES during the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected working environments around the world, which has changed how businesses recruit. Read our top five tips to continue to recruit in this challenging environment.
Alessandria finds a career as a care worker in Germany
Thanks to a joint initiative by EURES and two German employers, several European jobseekers have been offered opportunities to train as special needs care workers in Bavaria. One beneficiary, Alessandria Grossi, tells us her story.
Tips for finding jobs abroad during the COVID-19 restrictions
Now is an unusual time to be job seeking, as we continue to see widespread remote working and travel restrictions due to COVID-19. However, employers across Europe are still hiring and there are many ways you can optimise your searches to find the job for you.
How EURES can help you recruit new hires in Europe
In a rapidly changing world, employers may need to look further afield to attract the best employees. COVID-19 may have changed the world of work, but there are still thousands of jobseekers across Europe, and EURES can help you find the best recruits for your business.
How EURES can help you find a job in Europe
If you are interested in working abroad in Europe, EURES is here to help. We may be living in unusual times during COVID-19, but employers are still recruiting – and EURES can help find the job for you.
The future of work: ICT 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 our new series of articles, we look at the potential challenges and changes facing certain professions between now and 2030.
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