Talent Coastline

Boosting Growth in Ostrobothnian Regions

Companies

Why Do We Need International Talents?

Why do we need international talents, and why is it important to recruit international labour?

International mobility brings competences and skills that many employers seek and need, such as the ability to work in multicultural teams, to create networks, adapt in new situations, think outside the box, as well as a stronger curiosity, innovation, tolerance, cultural knowledge, language skills, and a more global mind-set.

On a local level, employing international talents will increase innovation and boost the economy, by providing the local businesses with original, modern and global solutions and opening possibilities for their growth, which would bring opportunities for export and raise the local employment rate.

Case Devatus

Devatus in a nutshell: Devatus is a developer of digital services. A full service partner, whose expertise is based on years of experience and on the personal enthusiasm and creativity of our employees. We enable digital transformation for leading global companies – with data analytics, IoT, digital service development and cloud solutions.

 

EOJD recruitment event - Prohoc Case

The European Job Days is a platform managed by EURES, where companies all over Europe can post their vacancies and connect with potential talent through the online recruitment events and fairs that are organised all year round.

This platform is a great way for companies to be noticed and attract the right type of workers from a wider pool. Find out more in the Contacts section, to the EURES responsibles in TE-services.

Case Talent Coatstline goes Le Marche

The Ostrobothnia ELY and the TE Office together with the Satakunta TE Office piloted international recruitment in the Italian province of Le Marche in 2021. We started recruiting employees in the Ostrobothnia and Central Ostrobothnia region from the Le Marche region of Italy. Local EURES experts arranged meetings and interview opportunities on site as agreed in advance. It is also possible to start working with any province in Europe, and I urge you to contact us. Talent Coastline works for your benefits!

Interested? Contact: marko.laukas@te-toimisto.fi

Tools & Services for Companies

Here is a list of tools and services offered by different organisations, which will help companies find international talent.

  • TE-services (te-palvelut.fi) webpage on the EURES tools to employ workforce form abroad (Information available in Finnish, Swedish, English)

  • Regulation of work permits (ely-keskus.fi) Information available in Finnish and Swedish.

  • The EURES (ec.europa.eu)website is a platform that connects employers and jobseekers all over Europe, making it easy for employers to find the talent they are looking for by simply registering and advertising the job position, or participating as exhibitors in the online fairs.

  • European Job Days (europeanjobdays.eu) website, where companies can register as exhibitors, or post ads about vacancies and open positions

  • Jobs in Finland (workinfinland.fi) platform from Business Finland (businessfinland.fi) where companies can register their open positions. Please notice that this platform is for positions that do not require any Finnish or Swedish language skills. You can find the contact information of the responsibles for Jobs In Finland in the Contacts page of this website.

  • Talent Explorer (businessfinland.fi) funding. This funding is available for companies that are seeking new export markets for a product, service or business model by hiring an expert. The company may be in its early stages of internationalization or already operate internationally. Information available in Finnish, Swedish, English

  • Business Finland offers a comprehensive guide on recruiting an international talent! Download the guide (in Finnish) in Business Finland material bank.

  • Our LinkedIn group is a great source of networking, with almost two hundred members from the international pool, the public and private sector, the education institutions and more.

  • Viexpo is a cooperative which provides services and functions which facilitate internationalisation of the local SMEs. It serves small and medium/sized companies in various stages of the export path as a part of the Team Finland network and as the internationalisation unito of the Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment in Ostrobothnia.

    Their services consist of market analysis, consulting, translation and language, integrated fair services, export promotion trips and export networks.

    Find out more about Viexpo on their website: