• Who will live and work in the EU in 2060?

    The Joint Research Centre and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis launch a joint report on the future demographics of the EU. By looking at factors such as migration, education levels and labour force participation, the report moves beyond traditional demographic analysis to provide a set of scenarios which reveal how these factors can […]

  • We help you check the A1-documents

    The growing shortage of skilled personnel forces companies to subcontract their work to foreign subcontractors, or make use of foreign employment agencies. These foreign companies have to comply with strict rules regarding the payment of social insurance contributions as well as taxes for their employees. Also, the employees MUST be in the possession of a […]

  • Intercedent-Uitzendmakelaar worden?

    Heb je een aantal jaren ervaring als intercedent en zou je het liefst je eigen bureau hebben, heb je altijd je targets bereikt, en zit je toe te kijken, hoe het merendeel van de door jou gemaakte marge naar je werkgever gaat, zie je op tegen de administratieve rompslomp? Eigenlijk wil je je eigen bureau, […]

  • Writing a good CV is essential !

    Before you start: Five basic principles for a good CV Concentrate on the essentials Employers generally spend less than one minute reading a CV before deciding to reject it, or to shortlist it for detailed consideration. If you fail to make the right impact, you missed your chance. If applying for an advertised vacancy, always […]

  • English language competence for nurses and midwives

    Providing evidence of English language competence: Guidance for EEA trained nurses and midwives   1 Nurses and midwives play a vital role in the provision of healthcare in the UK. As a registered nurse or midwife it is your responsibility to make the safety and wellbeing of those in your care your primary concern. A key part of this is communication, and the need to be able to communicate clearly and effectively in English. 2 For this reason, in order to hold registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), you must first satisfy us that you have the necessary knowledge of English. This means, ‘a knowledge of English which is necessary for the safe and effective practice of nursing or midwifery in the United Kingdom’   More…..

  • Registering with the Irish Nursing Board

    Ireland has many vacancies for Registered Nurses. Please click at this link. On this page, you will all the information that is needed to become a registered Nurse in Ireland. For general information, please click here.  The registration has a cost of 350 Euro. The process can take up to 6 months. The steps that you […]

  • Nurses in the UK, recognition of diplomas

    Please click on this link to read the NHS information about recognition of your diplomas and certificates in the UK. NMC introduces new application fee for EU trained nurses and midwives If you request an application pack and submit the pack to us, the NMC will charge a £110 evaluation fee. This fee has been […]

  • Languages, Sprachen, talen, idiomas, γλώσσες, langues

    When you are looking for a job in another country, languages are sometimes a big hurdle. Of course, it helps when you have family or friends in your ‘new’ country, but most of the time, you feel lost without enough knowledge of the language. How do you go about this? Start learning in your home […]