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National Employment Agency organizes a series of meetings in the country to promote the rights of seasonal workers employed in EU countries next week.

The institution is a leading partner for Bulgaria in the pan-European campaign of the European Labor Authority for seasonal work "Rights for all seasons". These information events aim to pay particular attention to the need to promote fair and safe working conditions for seasonal workers employed in EU countries.

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National Employment Agency, as a leading partner for Bulgaria in the pan-European campaign of the European Labor Authority for seasonal work "Rights for all seasons", organizes a series of meetings in the country to pay special attention to the need to promote fair and safe working conditions for seasonal workers employed in EU countries.

In order to raise the awareness of cross-border seasonal workers about their rights, the Employment Agency and the EURES network in Bulgaria, together with their main partner in the campaign - the General Labour Inspectorate, will organize information events during the week of action (20.09.2021 - 24.09.2021) in the cities - Pernik (20.09.), Vidin (21.09.), Svishtov (23.09.) and Gotse Delchev (24.09.).

pic новинаToday, the EURES network launches an information and communication campaign on seasonal work, coordinated at European level by the European Labour Authority (ELA). The starting initiative is one of the three strands of ELA's wider campaign on seasonal work "Rights for all seasons", in which recently the Employment Agency in Bulgaria took part. EURES Bulgaria is also getting involved in the relevant strand of the campaign, which will last from July to October 2021. The aim will be to raise awareness among jobseekers and employers of their rights, obligations and opportunities and to support fair recruitment in Europe.

The EURES support services are also expected to be promoted so that all countries can benefit fairly from seasonal work. The focus will be on recruitment in key sectors such as agri-food, tourism, hospitality and construction. It will rely on the large scope of the EURES network, which offers its services in 31 countries and is thus supporting the free movement of workers for more than 25 years.

readyOn June 30th, an online job fair "Ready to go on 2021 - EURES Targeted Mobility Scheme Edition" will take place under the project EURES Targeted Mobility Scheme.
 The event is aimed at employers and jobseekers in Europe and is organized by the EURES Network in Italy in cooperation with EURES Bulgaria.
 The goal of the event is to help citizens of the European Union, Iceland or Norway to find work, study opportunities or internships in another Member State of the European Community; and employers (particularly small and medium-sized enterprises) to find skilled workers for their business.

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The Employment Agency is involved as a leading partner for Bulgaria in the pan-European campaign of the European Labor Authority for raising awareness among cross-border seasonal workers "Rights for all seasons". The aim is to address the need to promote fair and safe working conditions for seasonal workers employed in EU countries. Led by the European Labor Authority, together with the European Commission, the European Platform tackling undeclared work, the EURES network, EU countries and the social partners, the campaign officially starts on 15 June 2021 and will run until October 2021. Publication in social media networks can be found using the hashtag #Rights4AllSeasons.

To implement the activities of the campaign in our country, National Employment Agency will partner mainly with the Executive Agency "General Labour Inspectorate" (EA GLI) and invitations for partnership will be sent to other institutions and organizations involved in the rights of seasonal workers.

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