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EURES in a nutshell
Free. Multilingual. Human Network
Launched in 1994, EURES is a European cooperation network of employment services, designed to facilitate the free movement of workers. The network has always worked hard to ensure that European citizens can benefit from the same opportunities, despite language barriers, cultural differences, bureaucratic challenges, diverse employment laws and a lack of recognition of educational certificates across Europe.
If you are a young person in Europe, this is your year. The EU has designated 2022 the European Year of Youth (EYY2022), which will bring many opportunities for young Europeans. Read on to find out more.
While COVID-19 rules and regulations still vary across borders, as an employer it is important to make sure you are prepared for a return to the workplace. Here are our top five tips to welcome your employees back safely.
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For many people, the advantages of working abroad are only linked to higher wages or better living standards. But gaining international experience can be a lot more beneficial than people think.