Rights of unemployed jobseekers
Employment services have the same goal as you: to find work for you, so use the services actively to find ways that will promote your employment.
- You will receive unemployment benefit from Kela or the unemployment fund if your situation meets the conditions of the unemployment benefit.(linkki)
- You will have your own dedicated specialist, and we will contact you regularly. You can discuss the services that are suitable for you together with your specialist.
- We will draw up an employment plan with your (linkki)and support you in implementing it.
- We offer a range of free services that will help you find work or training opportunities:
Responsibilities of unemployed jobseekers
As an unemployed jobseeker, you have certain responsibilities that you must comply with in order to receive the unemployment benefit. Your specialist will tell you about the responsibilities that affect the unemployment benefit and answer any questions you might have about your responsibilities. Remember at least these responsibilities.
Job search obligation
Jobseekers are required to apply for jobs. We must agree with you on a job search obligation that is appropriate for your situation. By fulfilling your obligations as a jobseeker, you will ensure the continuity of your job seeking and avoid breaks in your unemployment benefit.