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How COVID-19 has fundamentally changed recruitment
With COVID-19 vaccination rates steadily going up, Europe is slowly getting back to normal. However, the pandemic has profoundly changed the world of work, particularly recruitment and hiring. Here are some of the changes that we think are here to stay.
Top 8 COVID-19 questions every jobseeker should ask at interviews
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have changed the way they operate, introducing different safety measures or remote/hybrid ways of working. Here are eight important COVID-19 questions to ask your future employer at a job interview.
Seasonal worker: A guide to your rights
Seasonal work is a great way to see the world, but the exciting opportunities can bring more risks than other forms of employment. Read on to learn about the protection available and what to look out for.
Five things companies did in the pandemic that are here to stay
How and where we work quickly changed when the COVID-19 pandemic struck in early 2020. We take a look at which of these changes will remain once all restrictions are lifted.
EURES opportunities: What you need to know
To take full advantage of the opportunities EURES has to offer, we have put together a quick guide. If you are wondering how the platform can help you, keep reading.
Why soft skills and emotional intelligence are more important than ever
The post-COVID-19 world can be full of uncertainty and challenges. As a result, companies need emotionally intelligent workers with a range of soft skills to help them navigate through these difficult times.
New agreement protects EU citizens in the UK and vice versa
A new agreement between the EU and the UK has come into force this year. It focuses on protecting the rights and choices of EU citizens living and working in the UK and UK citizens living in the EU.
‘Seasonal work with EURES’ campaign launches
EURES has launched an awareness-raising campaign on seasonal work. From now until the end of October, we will be sharing information and tools to help you understand your rights and obligations as a jobseeker or employer, and how to make the most of seasonal opportunities.
Five tips for starting a new job remotely
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been working from home. As a result, you may find yourself in a new role without meeting your colleagues in person. Here, we give you our top five tips for starting a new job remotely.
Five reasons why learning a language can boost your employability
Speaking a foreign language can help you stand out in the labour market and grab recruiters’ attention. Being bilingual doesn’t just look good on your CV – it develops other skills that employers find attractive in potential hires.
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