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09.04.2019

THE EMPLOYMENT EXPO HAS BEEN GRANTED THE MINISTER OF FAMILY, LABOUR AND SOCIAL POLICY ELŻBIETA RAFALSKA’S PATRONAGE

This year’s employment fair is held on 16 April from 11:00 to 14:30, venue - the Targi Kielce G Expo hall

THE EMPLOYMENT EXPO HAS BEEN GRANTED THE MINISTER OF FAMILY, LABOUR AND SOCIAL POLICY ELŻBIETA RAFALSKA’S PATRONAGE

The Minister of Family, Labour and Social Policy Elżbieta Rafalska has offered the honorary patronage over the 22nd National Employment Fair.  Along with the approval of the patronage, the organisers received the wishes of successful from the Minister’s secretariat.

For the first time, the National Employment Fair in Kielce received the patronage of the minister responsible for the labour in 2010. Andrzej Bętkowski - the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship Marshal and Bogdan Wenta - Mayor of the City of Kielce also granted their patronage over this year's edition. These prestigious auspices emphasize the importance of the Kielce event, the largest in the region and one of the oldest and largest events of this kind in the country.

The 22nd National Employment Fair is also partnered by  the Central Office of Measures, the Institute for Educational Research, State Fund for Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons, InfoPraca.pl, Academic Career Office of the Jan Kochanowski University and the Provincial Labour Office in Kielce.

The Kielce Employment Fair hosts exhibitors from all over Poland, but not only.  On numerous occasions the expo was graced with the presence of embassies’  and companies’ representatives from Austria, Finland, the Netherlands, Canada, Northern Ireland, Germany and Norway.  Every year, the trade fair agenda is enhanced to include business-targeted conferences as well as training for job seekers.  The Advisory Zone has also proven very popular among the latter. This is where those who look for employment may consult their application documents and talk to specialists about career paths.

 

(JL)


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