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Joining the EURES network

  • Service
  • Nationwide
  • Public service

All businesses and third sector organisations are welcome to join the network as EURES members or partners. The network membership is granted on application by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland.

EURES (European Employment Services) is a recruitment and employment service covering the EU and EEA countries. The purpose of EURES is to improve the mobility of labour and increase the availability of skilled workforce. The membership and partnership of the EURES network are open to all businesses and third sector organisations that apply and are accepted to the EURES network.

The services offered by the EURES members and partners to jobseekers may include, for example, information on the living and working conditions in the destination country, or support for finding a suitable job and preparing job applications. The services targeted at employers may include, for example, information and advice related to recruiting from other EU or EEA countries, assistance in finding international experts, and other services such as training and relocation services.

Do the following

To become a EURES network service provider, please fill out the form attached to the service description. Deliver the filled out form to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment. The application process is ongoing and free of charge. The processing time for an application is approximately two weeks.

To whom and on what terms

Any organisation becoming a EURES member or partner must have a permanent establishment in Finland as referred to in section 13a of the Income Tax Act (1535/1992).

The service is free of charge.

Basic information

The service is provided byTE Office
Other responsible organisationsTE Office
Responsible for the serviceMinistry of Economic Affairs and Employment
Area Whole Finland
Available languagesFinnish, Swedish, English, German
Text edited by: Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
Updated: 1/28/2020