YOUR FIRST EURES JOB – A TOOL FOR MOBILITY

a Tool for Mobility

JO Consulting participates in the development of the project Your first EURES Job – a Tool for Mobility, which is financed under the EURES axis of the EaSI programme.

Your first EURES Job is a “targeted mobility scheme” which aims to fill vacancies in a certain sector, occupation, country or group of countries, or support particular groups of workers with a propensity to be mobile, such as young people. It offers recruitment service at European level and enhance job mobility.

The Programme is first of all one of the tools developed by the European Commission to face youth unemployment in Europe, making it easier for them to gain work experience in another Member State. But it is also based on the idea according which professional mobility is always a source of empowerment and growth for all the actors involved: the mobile worker, who will live new cultural, personal and professional experiences, and the employer, who will benefit from a multi-cultural staff characterized by different and complementary approaches, know-how and professional backgrounds. Movement of young workers means movement of cultures, intelligences and ideas and “positive contaminations” between European workers and citizens.

The project bolsters the development of tailor-made job mobility support services combined with financial support to help young people find a work placement in other EU countries than their country of residence. The action aims at playing a complementary role with other EU educational and vocational programmes fostering young people’s employability such as Leonardo da Vinci/Erasmus+ or other similar actions.

JO Consulting is co-applicant partner for all aspects of dissemination & exploitation of the project, developing a dissemination strategy to spread project’s results by using different tools and aiming to reach the highest number of target groups and stakeholders.

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Duration

Nov. 2015 – Oct. 2017

Total budget

2.447.452,00 €

Project number

VP/2015/006/0054