Advising working-age people on looking for jobs and their employment choices, as well as advising employers and finding suitable employees for them, is what we do every day. It is our way of contributing to achieving the highest level of employment among the working-age population and preventing long-term unemployment and labour market exclusion.
People of working age and employers are facing important changes on the labour market, which has led to increasing discussion of the constraints of labour resources. On the one hand, this is caused by economic globalisation, which results in the eradication of companies that create less added value and generates a demand for new and different skills on the labour market. On the other hand, the number of working-age people is decreasing due to emigration and low birth rates. These changes also have a direct impact on the work of the Unemployment Insurance Fund. In the coming years we will be implementing two new key courses of action: helping people with decreased working ability to enter the labour market; and preventing unemployment.
For the further reading: EUIF Development Plan 2016 - 2019