EURES AND THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR

EURES is a network of public employment services in partnership with the European Commission (European Economic Area countries plus Switzerland).

EURES network was launched in 1993. The instrument and the improvement of mobility and physical and occupational mobility of labor in the European labor market.

This service offers information on job vacancies and living and working conditions in the Member States of the EU. The aim of the network, which has offices in all member states, is to encourage business mobility (http://europa.eu.int/eures/index.jsp).

The purpose of EURES is to provide information, counseling and mediation services (job-matching) for both employers and job seekers, but also to all citizens who believe that they can contribute to the principle of free movement of people.

The European cross-border regions, EURES has an important role in providing information and assistance in solving all kinds of problems related to cross-border commuting with which they can meet the workers and employers.

More than 700 EURES advisers are in daily contact with employers and employment seekers across Europe. EURES advisers are trained specialists who provide the three basic EURES services: information, guidance and mediation to job seekers, and employers interested in the European labor market. They have developed specialized knowledge of the practical, legal and administrative assumptions relating to mobility at national and transnational level, and work within the public employment service of each member country, or within other partner organizations in the EURES network.

The objectives of EURES are for job seekers and employers to promote: the development of a single European labor market open to all employees of member states of the EU, transnational, interregional and cross-border exchange of vacancies and applications for employment, as well as transparency and exchange of information about individual national / regional labor market, living conditions, education, and the methodology and statistical indicators of the degree.

Croatian accession to the European Union, the Croatian Employment Service will become part of a European network of Public Employment Services (EURES) and Croatian citizens will be available mediation services for employment in other EU member states.

Migrant Information Centre (MIC)

Information about work / training abroad

Information on where to return after

The Migration Information Centre migrants and potential migrants can obtain information and advisory services in connection with the member countries of the European Union, Switzerland, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, and also provide information on the possibilities of arrival of foreigners or returnees to Croatia.

 Information is available on:

  • visas
  • employment and living conditions
  • education abroad
  • immigration programs
  • rights and protection of migrants
  • family reunification
  • opportunities upon their return to Croatia.

MIC CONTACTS

MIGRANT Information Center (MIC) ZAGREB

Croatian Employment Service

 Branch Office Zagreb

 10 000 Zagreb, Ulica kralja Zvonimira 15

 Phone: +385 (1) 4699 959

 E-mail: mic.zagreb@hzz.hr

 

MIGRANT Information Center (MIC) SPLIT

 Croatian Employment Service

 Branch office Split

 21 000 Split, Bihaćka 2 / c

 Phone: +385 (21) 310 541

 E-mail: mic.split@hzz.hr

 

MIGRANT Information Center (MIC) RIVER

 Croatian Employment Service

 Regional Office River

 51 000 Rijeka, Bulevar oslobođenja 14

 Phone: +385 (51) 406 124

 E-mail: mic.rijeka@hzz.hr

 

MIGRANT Information Center (MIC) Osijek

 Croatian Employment Service

 Regional Office Osijek

 31 000 Osijek, Kneza Trpimira 2

 Phone: +385 (31) 252 512

 E-mail: mic.osijek@hzz.hr

Where Rivers Connect

European UnionThe project is co-financed by the European Union through the Hungary-Croatia IPA Cross-border Co-operation Programme

This webpage has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The content of the webpage is the sole responsibility of the City of Koprivnica and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union and/or the Managing Authority.