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Thanks to the “Teachers for North Germany” pilot project, 17 teachers from Poland and Greece were able to find jobs as teachers in Germany’s Mecklenburg-West Pomerania region.
As an employee, it is good to be aware of your organisation’s carbon footprint. In particular, if you are a young person starting your career, you may be able to bring new perspectives and change outdated practices. Here are some tips to help you!
Creating a positive working culture can help you retain existing employees and also attract new ones. If you want to stand out as a great employer among your competitors, consider these highly sought-after qualities.
A well-developed internship programme can yield a lot of benefits, both for your business and the intern. Check out our tips on how to stand out as a preferred employer of interns among your competitors.
A lot of employers think that internships are for large corporations. But even small and medium-sized enterprises can take advantage of these mutually beneficial opportunities. Read on to learn how interns can help your business thrive.
As part of the European Year of Youth (EYY2022), we’re taking a look at the opportunities available to young people in the EU. Volunteering is a great way to gain experience of new places, cultures and skills, while also helping others.
When the office becomes part of the home, the distinction between work and personal time can become unclear. Here, we give our top advice for employers on fostering a healthy work-life balance for employees post-COVID-19.
Finding your first job does not have to be scary if you approach it with the right attitude and an open mind. Check out our tips to make your job hunting less daunting and more productive.
COVID-19 has dramatically accelerated the need for new skills in the workforce, with social and emotional skills high in demand.
Whether you had to leave your job to care for a family member, you were on parental leave, or you were on sabbatical – returning to work after a long career break can be daunting. Here are a few tips to help you get back into the world of work.