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News article8 February 2018European Labour Authority, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion2 min read

How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations

Drop’pin@EURES offers a range of great features for companies and organisations. But how can get the most out of them? In our latest article, we provide our top tips…

How to get the most out of Drop’pin@EURES: organisations

Create an account

If you haven’t already got a EURES account, this is the logical first step. Spend a few minutes of your time filling out the simple online form and your organisation will get access to the full range of Drop’pin@EURES’s benefits in return.

Advertise a job

The process for each country is different, but the starting point is the same. Select your country from the dropdown box and then follow the links that appear. By advertising a job on Drop’pin@EURES, you’ll reach a ready pool of potential young employees from across Europe.

Publish a youth opportunity

Youth opportunities published on Drop’pin@EURES can include apprenticeships, traineeships, language training, e-learning, volunteering, entrepreneurship support and many more. They can be published manually (recommended for smaller organisations, or individual opportunities) or taken directly from your company or organisation’s website (recommended for larger organisations or multiple opportunities). As with advertising a job, the great benefit of publishing a youth opportunity on Drop’pin@EURES is the readymade audience of young people looking for opportunities just like yours.

Find candidates and fill open positions

Once you’ve posted a job or opportunity, Drop’pin@EURES allows you to search for potential candidates that match your needs. You can review their CVs, check their skills and experience, and find the perfect new employee.

Browse the news archive for interesting articles and advice

The Drop’pin@EURES news section is full of articles offering advice, guidance and insight into key HR and management topics. Everything from why cultural differences are an asset to a company to tips for creating a thriving workplace are covered, making it a useful resource for any company or organisation looking to expand their horizons.

Discover Your first EURES job and Reactivate

Drop’pin@EURES doesn’t just host its own opportunities; it also supports initiatives and services such as Your first EURES job and Reactivate. Both are targeted mobility schemes that help organisations and companies find qualified employees from another EU Member State to fill skills gaps. If you’re struggling to find employees with a specific skill set in your own country, then Your first EURES job and Reactivate could be the answer.

Find out more

Want to learn more about Drop’pin@EURES and what it can offer organisations or businesses like yours? Visit the Drop’pin@EURES webpage or check out the publications below:

Get started with Drop’pin@EURES and publish youth opportunities in minutes

Companies and organisations: find out more

Education providers: find out more


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Get started with Drop’pin@EURES and publish youth opportunities in minutes

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Education providers: find out more


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