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National Agency for Employment (NAE) is the central civil service specialist empowered to: promote policies, strategies and state programs in the development of the labor market; social protection of people looking for a job; preventing unemployment and combating its social effects; implementation of migration policy labor monitoring the activities of private agencies for employment. MISSION: supporting national strategies for employment...
YOU DON’T HAVE A JOB AT THE MOMENT? THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW If you are unemployed and seeking employment, and you are capable and available to work, you can register with the Jobsplus as a jobseeker. Registering as a jobseeker means that you are ready and willing to take active steps to improve your employability and to seek and take up work. You may register online as a jobseeker here. EU Nationals (with the exception of Croatian...
Overview Federal Regional services Workers in Belgium enjoy excellent protection in the event of unemployment and illness. Unemployment benefits are one of the many components of Social Security in Belgium and replace lost income from work International researchers are only entitled to receive unemployment benefits in Belgium if : - there is a bilateral social security agreement between Belgium and their home country - they have...
Citizens of third countries who derive income or are employed under an employment contract in Romania, benefit from insured status, under the current law, and they also have the right to unemployment benefit. Unemployed citizens must meet the following conditions to qualify for unemployment benefits: To have contributed at least 12 months (by the time the application is submitted), in the last 2 years Not to make more income than the minimum...
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