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Individual services to support job search in the Nordic labour market service model

7.10.2021 13.43
Nordic labour market service model combines an assessment of individual service needs, intensive support for job search and other services, and job search on own initiative.
The reform would give unemployed jobseekers quicker and more intensive support for their job search. The Government submitted a proposal on the Nordic labour market service model to Parliament on 7 October 2021. The changes are intended to take effect in May 2022.

New incentive to develop the Ohjaamo low-threshold services for young people

1.9.2021 12.09
A new discretionary government grant will encourage municipalities to hire more social, health and education services experts at the Ohjaamo service points, where young people can seek help and guidance at a low threshold. The incentive model will strengthen the resources and multi-professional approach of the Ohjaamo service points, in accordance with the Government decision during the budget session in autumn 2020. The aim is for young people to receive more and better support for wellbeing, education and employment in one place.

Evaluation: Competence centre KEINO successfully brings together key operators and competencies in the sector

4.6.2021 10.13
The Competence centre for sustainable and innovative public procurement KEINO is a key national operator in promoting sustainable and innovative procurement. According to an evaluation published on 4 June 2021, the Competence centre successfully brings together key operators and competencies in the sector.

Municipalities to take over TE services in 2024 – ministerial working group decides on principles of reform

1.9.2021 8.45
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In its mid-term policy review in spring 2021, the Government decided to continue preparations for the transfer of employment and economic development services (TE services) to municipalities. The services will be transferred to municipalities in 2024. At its meeting of 31 August 2021, the Ministerial Working Group on Promoting Employment decided on the principles that relate to the employment base of municipalities providing services, cooperation between municipalities and the transfer of staff.

Support for management of sudden structural changes and development of international capabilities of SMEs

18.3.2021 14.00
On 18 March, the Government granted Naantali and the Kemi-Tornio region EUR 600,000 and EUR 1.1 million, respectively, for the management of sudden structural changes. At the same time, the Lahti region was granted the remaining portion of the EUR 1.065 million additional funding already proposed to it. In addition, South Finland and Western Finland received funding to develop the international capabilities of SMEs.

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The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment creates the conditions for economically, socially and ecologically sustainable growth. It comes from skilled people in high-quality jobs, productivity growth and increasing employment.

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The MEAE Group comprises seven government agencies, 15 Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, 15 Employment and Economic Development Offices, five companies plus three funds.

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