- 28/01/2021 - 28/01/2021
- 11/02/2021 - 11/02/2021
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.
#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.
How to be productive when you’re working from home
It can be difficult to be productive when you’re working from a different location, but we’ve got four key tips to help you stay focused!
EURES Germany: Supporting jobseekers and employers across the country and beyond
Looking to move to Germany and find work? Or maybe you run a German-based business that could benefit from some international employees? Whatever your situation, EURES Germany is here to help.
Finland: A land of dramatic landscapes, rich culture and exciting employment opportunities!
Ever thought about living and working in Finland? We caught up with EURES Adviser Hannele Soirila to find out more about what this beautiful country can offer, what support EURES provides and a recent – and spookily unique – recruitment event that she and her colleagues organised.
University of Teramo career day shares the benefits of youth mobility
EURES recently teamed up with the PES of Italy’s Abruzzo region to host a career day at the University of Teramo. The event took place on 7 November, and was aimed at students and graduates.
Is this the key to European mobility? – Denmark’s strategy focuses on family focused opportunities
Moving to another European Member State to find work is becoming increasingly common thanks in part to the opportunities presented by the EURES network. However, typically, a career move is driven by one person’s desire to find a better job. Lesser emphasis is placed on the opportunities for spouses and other partners.
The important role of trust in delivering effective career support
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of EURES, the network is showcasing its continuous growth and achievements. In all her years working with EURES, Martina Vidaković has been building relationships with both jobseekers and employers in Croatia. She explains the important role trust has played in allowing them to continue offering high-quality service.
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).
Top 10 articles of 2019
It’s been another busy and successful year, so we thought it was time to take a moment to pause and reflect on the most popular articles of the last 12 months. Let the countdown begin!
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