Are you tired of being told that there are a lot of vacancies and you can’t find anything?
Are you tired of accidentally coming across incomplete, vague, and questionable ads on social networks?
Do you want to finally understand how to look for a job safely and effectively?
Do you want to know in advance what you can count on as an employee?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, then our free seminar is for you.
|Sat 9 April, 12:00 -15:00
|Where and how to look for a job? Employee rights in Finland, signs of a quality employment contract, and wages in Finland. Read more (in Ukrainian).
|Sat 16 April, 12.00 -15.00
|Language courses and advanced training and recognition of foreign diplomas in Finland
|Sat 23 April, 12:00 -15:00
|The Finnish labor market, collective agreements, trade unions
|Mon 2 May, 12.00-15.00
|Aligning to the Curriculum vitae and the job application in Finland
|Sat 7 May, 12:00-15:00
|Sat 7 May, 12:00 -15:00
Finnish Work Culture: what to do and what to avoid at the workplace in Finland
- TE-toimisto is Finnish national employment service for job seekers. On the website you can find available positions, draw up an employment plan together with the TE Office and information about training and social protection during the period of unemployment. Find the nearest TE-toimisto or call on Mo-Fr 9.00–16.15. Service is available in Russian language.
- Together with Finnish companies Oikotie Työpaikat is helping Ukrainians to find a job from Finland. These jobs are suitable for Ukrainian evacuees in Finland and can be found from our job search page with #jobsforukraine tag: https://tyopaikat.oikotie.fi/jobs-for-ukraine-in-finland
- More information from the Ukrainian Association in Finland