Content with tag ulkomainen työvoima .
Content with tag ulkomainen työvoima .

Study: Integration programmes and language training increase employment of immigrants

30.3.2022 13.15
Immigrant students studying.
Integration programmes and language training increase employment of immigrants. An active labour market policy is most effective for people who have the greatest difficulty in securing employment. Financial sanctions, on the other hand, are likely to work best for the highly educated. These are the findings of a study completed by Labore, the Labour Institute for Economic Research som beställts av arbets- och näringsministeriets Kompetenscentret för integration av invandrare.

New booklet and telephone advisory service to prevent abuse of seasonal workers and other persons arriving in Finland for work

15.6.2021 14.20
Kuva mansikkakorista poimijan käsissä.
The Ministry of Employment and the Economy publishes a booklet for workers arriving in Finland on employees’ rights and who to contact for help while also launching a multilingual advisory service for seasonal workers arriving from abroad.  

Government proposes legislative amendments to increase retention of international students

16.12.2021 16.40
International students work in a laboratory.
Finland wants to attract significantly more international experts. According to a government proposal submitted to Parliament, foreign students would obtain a residence permit for the entire duration of their studies. The new law would also improve the employment opportunities of students after graduation.   

Working group seeks ways to prevent abuse in accommodation conditions for foreign workers

7.10.2021 14.35
Abuse in the accommodation conditions for foreign workers may, at worst, be part of foreign labour exploitation and human trafficking. The task of the working group for monitoring accommodation conditions is to make proposals on how to develop cooperation between the authorities and the relevant regulations and guidelines. 

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