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#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.
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.
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.
A EURES guide to working abroad
Find out about the mobility services and programmes available to jobseekers interested in training or working in another country and to...
How does undeclared work in the EU affect you?
Undeclared work in the so-called ‘shadow economy’ makes up around 15% of Europe’s total economy. The EU is taking action against this through its ‘European Platform tackling undeclared work’. But what exactly is undeclared work, why is this platform important, and how can it help you as a worker in the EU?
Be your own boss: Entrepreneurship and the EU
One of the ways in which the European Commission fights unemployment is by supporting entrepreneurs and the self-employed. Here’s how.
Germany needed care sector workers… so Cristina got on a plane
Spanish nursing assistant Cristina Cañadas Pequin had to find work fast. Her temporary contract had just ended and local opportunities were scarce. By applying for an apprenticeship in Germany through the Your first EURES Job (YfEJ) scheme, she finally found the position she had been looking for.
6 Microsoft Word tips to boost your efficiency
Microsoft Office is one of the most popular software packages in the world, with an estimated 1.2 billion users. An integral part of that package is Microsoft Word and chances are, you’ll have come across Word many times in your working or personal life.
How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations
Drop’pin@EURES offers a range of great features for companies and organisations. But how can get the most out of them? In our latest article, we provide our top tips…
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