Czech city of Ostrava to see ALL JOBS fair later this month
The Helping for All (HFA) company, which is involved with supporting the employment of people from socially excluded localities, people living with disabilities or people growing up in children's homes, will hold its ALL JOBS fair on 16 November in Ostrava at the OC Galerie shopping center. The company also offers aid to the wider public with finding new employment and starting career changes.
HFA was established just this year and also dedicates itself to analyzing the labor market in the Czech Republic and to questions of employment in socially excluded localities and in communities of minorities. "We noticed that in many cases, people are afraid of change of any kind. For that reason, the idea came up to establish the firm Helping for All, which is prepared to give people a reliable helping hand," company director Daniel Linart said.
After Ostrava, HFA will hold job fairs in Opava, Prague, Ústí nad Labem and other Czech cities. You can find more information on the website, www.hfall.cz, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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