Job club is open to anyone who wants to learn about the labour market, application process and the rights and obligations involved in working.
If any of the following statements rings true for you, you should consider participating in a job club.
- You feel that you do not understand the current labour market.
- You do not know how exactly to compile your CV in a way that it would catch the attention of employers.
- You need advice on how to write a great motivation letter.
- You do not know what employer's expectations are and how to interpret these expectations from job advertisements.
- You feel that your motivation to apply for jobs has decreased.
- You have a fear of job interviews.
- You do not know what your rights and obligations are as an employee.
- You would like to analyse alternative ways of earning money in addition to your main job.
Organisation of the job club
- One job club can have up to 14 participants.
- It takes place 1–2 times a week, a total of 8-16 times.
- The duration of one meeting is 3 hours
- The meetings consist of a lecture, during which the instructor gives an overview of the topic of day, and of club activities, in which various tasks related to work and job applications will be solved in the framework of group work.
- In the job club, all participants will be able to practice applying for a job in a safe and supportive environment. You will be able to get useful advice from the instructor and other group members as well.
- During coffee breaks, you will be able to share your own experiences and listen to those of others, which in turn provides an opportunity to get encouraged by others’ successes.
If you are not a registered unemployed person and you want to attend a job club, contact the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
For people who are registered as unemployed and participate in a job club, will be paid commuting and accommodation benefits.
The labour market service provided for individuals with decreased working ability is co-financed by the European Social Fund of the European Union by regulation No. 57 of the Minister of Social Protection and the Minister of Health and Labour of 27 March 2015 on the basis of ‘Provision of labour market services to the target group of work reforms’ .