The second cross-border partnership in Slovakia called EURES-T Beskydy was accepted and approved by the European Commission on April 1, 2008. The specification of this partnership is an active collaboration of three countries: the Slovak Republic, the Czech Republic and Poland. A framework agreement, which preceded establishment of the partnership and is used as “manual“, was signed in Velke Karlovice in the Czech Republic on December 6, 2007.
EURES – T Beskydy is a territory defined by the following Slovak regions: Čadca, Námestovo, Žilina and Dolný Kubín, on the Czech side: Jeseník, Šumperk, Bruntál, Opava, Nový Jičín, Ostrava, Karviná, Frýdek-Místek and Vsetín and the Polish districts: Bielsko-Biala (a town), Bielsko-Biala, Ciezsyn, Glubczyce, Jastrzebie Zdroj, Nysa, Prudnik, Raciborz, Wodzislaw Slaski and Zywiec.
The priority targets of this partnership are improvement of labour market in the cross-border region, development of service network for job seekers, providing business information in a partner country or helping employers interested in recruitment of staff from the other side of border.
Ferdinand Bolibruch from Námestovo, Radka Hažíková from Čadca and Iveta Hluchá from Žilina are the EURES advisors acting in the cross-border region. You can ask them any questions related to mobility and cross-border employment.
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