An unemployed jobseeker is given an opportunity to gain work experience in a fixed-term employment relationship
Employers can obtain new competence for the work community
It promotes the employee's well-being
The employer and the employee jointly agree on the employee's job alternation leave. An unemployed jobseeker must be recruited to replace the employee on leave, but the duties do not necessarily have to be the same.
The person recruited as a substitute for the job alternation leave must be registered as an unemployed jobseeker at the TE Office. The substitute recruited for the position shall be a person who: