The Unemployment Insurance Fund can only offer job mediation services to job mediators or intermediaries of temporary agency work if they have submitted, via the Register of Economic Activities, a notice of economic activities for operating in one of the following areas of activity:
1) offering jobs to job-seekers and labour force to employers (referred to in the Register of Economic Activities as ‘Labour mediation’);
2) operating as an intermediary of temporary agency work (referred to in the Register of Economic Activities as ‘Mediation of rental workforce’).
If you are an intermediary of temporary agency work and mediate employees to the EU and EEA countries or Switzerland, your job offers will be published when you disclose in the job offer the details of the employer for whom the employee will start working abroad.
If you are a job mediator looking for employees for another Estonian company, your job offers will be published when you disclose in the job offer the details of the employer for whom the employee will start working in Estonia. If you are looking for employees in Estonia for an employer in the EU or EEA, your job offers will not be published. If an employer operating in another country is looking for employees, they should contact EURES in their country.
If a company operating in the field of job mediation has a compelling reason for not being able to disclose the actual employer to job-seekers, a prior agreement must be reached between the company and the employers’ consultant of the county department of the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund does not publish job offers for positions outside of the EU, the EEA and Switzerland.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund has the right to refrain from publishing job offers in which the employer has entered misleading or false information about themselves or the job they are offering.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund does not publish the job offers of an employer whose activities, or the jobs they are offering, are not in accordance with law or good practice.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund reviews and publishes submitted vacancies within one business day. Where appropriate, the employee of the unemployment fund will contact the employer no later than the next working day after receiving the vacancy and clarify its content.
Under Regulation (EU) 2016/589 of the European Parliament and of the Council, all public job offers published by the Unemployment Insurance Fund are transmitted to the European-wide EURES portal (eures.europa.eu) where job-seekers from other European countries may apply for these jobs.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund sends a weekly overview of valid job offers via e-mail to the contact address specified in the job offer. Once the application process has ended, a reminder to announce the results is sent to the same address.
Public job offers are freely disseminated on the Internet, including by other job mediation portals, and the Unemployment Insurance Fund is not responsible for the correctness of the information disseminated in this way.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund may, with your agreement, modify the content of job offers.