A job offer from TE Office
When registering as a jobseeker with the TE Office, tell us what kind of work experience and competence you have. Based on that information, the TE Office will send you job offers.
You may receive job offers for entrepreneurial places if you have indicated that you are interested in entrepreneurship.
Offers can also be made for part-time work.
After receiving a job offer, proceed as follows:
- Contact the employer the asked way.
- Notify the TE Office within the time limit of applying for the work offered.
- Notify the TE Office whether you received the job or not.
- Submit the notification to the TE Office primarily in E-Services or by telephone.
- Accept the job offered to you through the TE Office or directly by an employer. Refusing offered work without a valid reason may lead to loss of the unemployment benefit
When you receive a job offer from the TE Office, the TE Office expert has assessed that the work and tasks correspond to what you want and that your professional competence and work ability meet the requirements of the tasks.
As far as possible, the job offer takes into account your wish for the location of the workplace, the duration of the employment relationship and working hours.
Instructions for customers in local government pilots on employment
Customers of the local government pilots on employment can also receive job offers. If you are enrolled in the local government pilot on employment and receive a job offer, contact the employer and announce within the deadline that you have applied for a job and whether you found a job or not in the E-Services. You can also report directly to the expert in your home municipality. Apply for and accept work that is offered to you; refusing a job offer without a valid reason may result in a loss of unemployment benefits.
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