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Five key questions for your COVID-19 returning to work survey
As workplaces begin to open up after the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a good time to find out how your employees feel about returning to work. To gain insight into their views and prepare to re-open, consider using our top five questions for your returning to work survey.
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.
EURES podcast 1: French jobseeker finds work in Slovenia's tourism industry thanks to EURES event
The Seize the Summer with EURES 2018 Online Event gathered tourism and food industry employers from Croatia, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Malta and Cyprus...
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…
Online job day sends French tour guide to Portuguese islands
Seize the Summer, an online job fair focusing on seasonal jobs, has borne fruit for one Portuguese tour company and a French jobseeker.
Youth Guarantee scheme helps jobseeker land communications job
After sitting through multiple interviews and no job to show for it, Slovenian David Banović was losing the motivation to keep trying. Instead of giving up, he turned to the Youth Guarantee scheme for help.
The sweet taste of success takes one jobseeker from Marseille to Ljubljana and Istanbul
Two years since taking the plunge and moving from France to Slovenia with the help of EURES, pastry chef Valerie Labat-Gest is now preparing to open her own store in Istanbul.
A new job in Austria opens up horizons for Slovenian jobseeker
Ana-Marija Vratanar, from a little village in Slovenia, had been looking for a good job at home before seeing a job vacancy that aroused her curiosity. The job advertised at her local job centre was for a position in a family-run hotel in Austria. ‘I thought to myself, why not?’ So she made contact with EURES Adviser Žarko Markovič, based in Ljubljana.
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