FSD3688 Public Employment and Business Services in Finland: Survey for Experts in TE Offices and Local Government 2021
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Aineistoon liittyvät tiedostot
- Mäkinen, Niklas (Tampere University. Faculty of Social Sciences)
- Ojala, Satu (Tampere University. Faculty of Social Sciences)
employment, employment programmes, employment services, job hunting, labour market, part-time employment, return-to-work incentives, temporary employment, unemployed, unemployment, unemployment benefits
The study surveyed how public employment and business services contributed to unemployed people finding part-time or full-time employment in three regions in Finland. This survey examined the views of professionals working in TE Offices and local government pilots on employment on how public employment and business services support unemployed job seekers and job seekers on part-time and temporary contracts in finding full-time employment. FSD holdings contain two related datasets: FSD3686 Public Employment and Business Services in Finland: Survey for Job Seekers 2021 and FSD3687 Public Employment and Business Services in Finland: Survey for Employers 2021.
The survey consisted mainly of open-ended questions. The respondents were asked whether they had offered unemployed job seekers part-time or temporary employment, how job seekers had reacted to these offers, and how unemployed job seekers could be further encouraged to accept part-time or temporary employment while continuing to seek a full-time job. Additionally, questions surveyed whether there were differences in how often and in what manner job seekers were contacted based on whether they were unemployed or in part-time or temporary employment, as well as in what ways the respondents thought they and the TE Services could help people who were seeking a full-time job. Finally, the respondents were asked how public employment and business services should be developed in the future to better support job seekers in finding suitable employment.
The background variables include the respondent's organisation.
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