Are You an EU citizen living in the UK? Are you affected by #Brexit uncertainty? Check out the most frequently asked questions and find out what the EU is doing for you.
Are You an EU citizen living in the UK? Are you affected by #Brexit uncertainty? Check out the most frequently asked questions and find out what the EU is doing for you. https://ec.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/services/your-rights/Brexit_en
Posted by European Commission in the UK on Friday, October 13, 2017
Awareness-raising events and activities to promote sustainable work and healthy ageing will take place all over Europe during the 2017 European Week for Safety and Health at Work, which runs from 23 to 27 October.
Under the umbrella of the Healthy Workplaces for All Ages Campaign, the week is an ideal opportunity for public authorities, private companies as well as citizens to get involved. Versions of the Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards 2016–2017 booklet have been made available in 20 EU languages and two non-EU languages. The publication showcases 18 case studies of European companies and organisations that have implemented innovative methods of occupational safety and health management to promote healthy ageing at work.
The work club at Leeds Central Library is available to jobseekers requiring support to help them back into work.
Jobseekers can access:
individual guidance and support for job-hunting needs
support with CVs, job search and Universal Job Match
focused sessions and talks on specific topics
IT access and support for job search needs
access to relevant literature
Dates and Focus topics:
30th Oct – Drop-in with the National careers service 10am-12
13th Nov -Interview techniques/mock interview practice (this must be booked in advance – call 0113 3785005)
27th Nov – Drop-in with the National careers service 10am-12
11th Dec – Drop-in with the National careers service 10am-12
The Work Club runs from
10am to 12 noon
The Portal, 2nd floor of
Leeds Central Library
For most sessions just come along (13th November must be booked in advance)
Volunteering Drop-In with Voluntary Action Leeds
One to one drop-in sessions available between 12.30pm – 3pm in
Information and Research 2nd floor Leeds Central Library
Find out what volunteering opportunities are available in Leeds and how volunteering can benefit you.
Wednesday 11th October
Wednesday 18th October
Wednesday 25th October
Voluntary Action Leeds Tel: 0113 3788987
Need a helping hand starting a new business?
Get the help you need at The Leeds Enterprise Club at Leeds Central Library
New sessions starting 10th Oct 2017
18.00 – 19.30, Leeds Central Library
Tuesday 10th October – Is starting a business right for you?
Tuesday 17th October – Writing a Business Plan
Tuesday 24th October –Making tax and book-keeping less painful
Tuesday 31st October – Finance for new business
Tuesday 7th November – Marketing for your business
Tuesday 14th November – Social Media for your business
Tuesday 21st November – Protecting your business – trademarks, copyright and patents