Informative lectures at the EURES conference
Some interesting lectures were presented on the EURES conference on Friday the 30th of mai. The topic of the conference was the Increased demand and competition for the highly skilled labour force. The conference also marked the beginning of a new partnership on recruitment of skilled key workers, between EURES in Iceland, Denmark, Norway and Ireland and Capacent Search and Selection.
The lectures can be accessed here:
The Icelandic Labour Market with special focus on the Reykjanes Area
The Launch of a New Partnership on Recruitment of Foreign Specialists - Dröfn Haraldsdóttir, Eures Manager Iceland
Future Trends on European Labour Market - Increased Competition and Shortage of Skilled Key Workers - Søren Kaj Andersen, professor FAOS Employment Relations Research Centre, University of Copenhagen
Economic Impacts of Migration on Poland and the Baltic States - Pawel Kaczmarczyk, professor Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw.
The Demand for Specialists in Iceland - Sigurður Jónas Eysteinsson, Consultant, Capacent Search and Selection
The Demand for Nurses in Iceland - Recruitments from abroad - Hildur Magnúsdóttir, Project Manager Landspitali University hospital Iceland
The Labour Market Situation in Norway, Current Situation and Future Trends - Berit Alfsen, Eures Manager Norway
The Engineer Project in Norway - Recruitment of European engineers - Sandrine Beaudoin, Eures Adviser Norway
The Labour Market Situation in Ireland - Challenges and Opportunities - Kevin Quinn, Eures Manager Ireland
Job Plan on International Recruitment and the Situation on the Danish Labour Market - Niels Højensgård, Eures Manager Denmark
Few pictures from the conference: