Industry Finland recruitment event 12.4.2018

Industry Finland 12.4.2018 between 11-16 / Online

Industry Finland is a recruitment event for Finnish metal, construction and ICT employers. This event is part of European Job Days –events organised throughout Europe. Employers and job seekers meet Online. This makes it easy to participate from anywhere in Europe. During the day you have a chance to find suitable candidates, interview and recruit from different parts of Europe.

We see companies and job seekers meeting as essential – also across borders. By registering in the Industry Finland event at www.europeanjobdays.eu you gain international visibility before, during and after the event. You can register well in advance and gain access to the online platform. There you can promote your company, post vacancies, interview and recruit.

How Industry Finland benefits you:

  • International visibility in 32 EU/EEA countries
  • You get to meet experienced and motivated job seekers
  • Registration and use of platform is free of charge
  • Your company's virtual stand comprises of your company presentation with your logo and promotional text
  • A video link that promotes your company creates interest among the job seekers and can be added to your company's virtual stand. There is a possibility to have your company video (length 5-10 min) shown during live video feed at the event!
  • Promotes your recruitment needs and open vacancies
  • The person/persons you signed up have the possibility to chat with job seekers during the event on the 12th of April
  • Possibility for Virtual interviews during the event
  • By registering you receive information on up and coming European (Online) Job Days -events

Link for registration instructions.

Register for this event by 6th of April 2018 at www.europeanjobdays.eu/industry-finland.
You will receive further instructions when you register.

Welcome, Tervetuloa, Välkommen!

Industry Finland event is part of the operations of EURES (European Employment Services) and is coordinated by TE-Offices in collaboration with the Labour Mobility in Europe project of the North Karelia ELY Centre.