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News article17 July 2017European Labour Authority, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion2 min read

Meet the EURES Spain team!

“What exactly is EURES?” “Who are the people behind EURES Spain?” “What is it they do, and how can they help me?”

Meet the EURES Spain team!

If you have ever wondered the answers to any of these questions, then look no further! The team at EURES Spain have recently launched a short film to introduce themselves and the EURES network to the people of Spain.

With the help of a dynamic video, they are reaching out to those who may still be unaware of the EURES network and services they provide. The video, available via the EURES Spain social media networks, gives job seekers the opportunity to ‘meet’ individual EURES Advisers and staff members from across the entire EURES Spain network.

It really opens the doors wide on a large organisation to show the real people behind the scenes, to those who are dedicated to providing help, advice and assistance in your job search in Europe – demonstrated by around 100 persons who interacted with and commented on the online video and the campaign page.

The team at EURES Spain hope that by using such a popular and visual form of communication, that they will be able to connect with a wider audience in a much more personal way, showing the network as approachable and friendly.

“It’s a wonderful and informal way to show the human network behind EURES Spain and brings us closer to the people” said EURES Adviser, Sonia Carné Padilla.

It seems to be working so far, with the video having been viewed over 1200 times via EURES Spain’s Facebook page. As the video continues to be shared over the internet, the team is positive that their message will reach those who are looking for a fresh start abroad. More than 8,300 people were reached using the Facebook campaign,72% of which were women and 24% men. The most active age bracket was between the ages of 25 and 34 followed by 45 to 54 year olds.

As the video explains, the purpose of the EURES Spain network is to facilitate the free movement for work within the EU Member States. The services mentioned in the video are assistance with the recognition of qualifications, help with organising tax and ensuring job seekers are aware of their rights when joining a new company, in a new country.

That’s not all of course! If you would like to know more about EURES, and what they can do for jobseekers and employers get in touch with EURES in your country today!  


Related links:

Link to EURES Spain short film

EURES Spain’s Facebook page


Read more:

Find a EURES Adviser

Working and living conditions in EURES countries

EURES Jobs Database

EURES services for employers

EURES Events Calendar

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EURES on LinkedIn

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