EURES Italy - WORK IN ITALY

Do you plan to do a work experience for this summer in Italy?

If you are thinking about a job in Italy or Europe, there are at least 5 good reasons to consider seasonal work:

1-  Seasonal jobs could be a great way to start living and working in another European country

2 - Seasonal jobs could be a great way to increase your skills

3 - As a seasonal worker you are entitled to the same working conditions as national workers

4 - Seasonal work is your first step to further job opportunities

5 - Seasonal work allows you to develop a wider range of professional contacts

 

EURES Italy is looking for you!

We have a wide array of job openings across many fields of expertise. EURES Italy is arranging this online recruitment event together with other countries, where you have the chance to connect with Italian companies and find job opportunities in Italy.

During the event we will provide you with information on both working and living in Italy and you will be able to meet some Italian companies looking for qualified candidates.

Recruitment consultants from EURES Italy will be available for chat during the day. You will also have the opportunity to reach out to some of the participating companies during the event.

Work in Italy is a Presidium created by the EURES Italy to provide adequate information and guidance to those who intend to have work experience in Italy for short or long term.

In EOJD events it operates mainly as an Info Point with the goal to offer a place (even virtual) to companies to meet their employment needs by meeting National and foreign candidates and at the same time support, both, to find the appropriate tools and opportunities for a matching.

Work in Italy’s mission is to assist Italian companies in attracting and recruiting qualified foreign candidates in sectors, where Italian companies face skills shortages.

EURES Italy present job possibilities in other EU/EEA countries and Switzerland for jobseekers on https://www.anpal.gov.it/notizie-eures-news

Many of EURES' services (in particular EURES on-line services) are freely available for any user with access to the web. If you already live and work in the EEA territory or Switzerland, you can contact a local or regional EURES Adviser to get advice. However, finding a job via EURES does not change the legal obligations and administrative procedures that may apply to non-EU citizens.

If you intend to move from a non-EEA country (except Switzerland) to live and work in the European Economic Area or Switzerland, often your own Ministry of Foreign Affairs can provide you with information on legal requirements to move abroad or refer you to useful information centres.

f you Search for EURES Advisers click here.

https://ec.europa.eu/eures/eures-core/um/page/public?lang=it&pageCode=search_advisers#/adviser/search/list

On these Links you can find practical information about coming to work or study in the EU for more than 90 days and on how to join your family in the EU.

EU Immigration Portal (europa.eu)

https://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?catId=470&langId=en

https://ec.europa.eu/migrantskills/#/

http://www.halp.eu/guida-per-richiedenti-asilo/

 

EURES Italy and Seasonal Work

EURES Italy together with other Italian institutions is committed to combating the phenomena of undeclared work, the exploitation of labour in agriculture and wage realignment in the agricultural sector".

EURES Italy and Seasonal Work

Are you interested in having a seasonal work experience in Italy?

For more information click here.

EURES Italy has joined the ELA’s Action Plan on Seasonal Work.

#EUweekforSeasonalworkers campaign.

Watch our promotional videos.

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Here you will find some documents and interventions of the Italian government authorities to combating the phenomena of undeclared work, the exploitation of labour in agriculture and wage realignment in the agricultural sector".

Three-year plan to combat labour exploitation in agriculture and caporalato (2020-22)

 National Guidelines on identification, protection and assistance to victims of labour exploitation in agricolture

PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR FOREIGN WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS

Memorandum of Understanding for the Prevention and Contrast of Work Fruiting In Agriculture And Caporalato

In Italy, since 1990 a Decree Law has been published annually that allows entry of non-EU citizens for seasonal and ordinary work.

Consult the Decree of the year 2021 – 2022

 

EURES Italy - WORK IN ITALY

WORK IN ITALY – Info EU nationals

This is exclusively an “Info Point” service.

It provides general information for EU nationals and Non-EU nationals about living and working conditions in Italy.

It is a Presidium created by the EURES Italy to provide adequate information and guidance to those who intend to have work experience in Italy for short or long term.

In EOJD events it operates mainly as an Info Point with the goal to offer a place (even virtual) to companies to meet their employment needs by meeting National and foreign candidates and at the same time support, both, to find the appropriate tools and opportunities for a matching.

Every citizen of the European Union has the right to move and reside freely in Italy or within the territory of another Member State other than that of which he/she is a national. Different formalities are required depending on the length of stay (exceeding three months or shorter stay).

As an EU national – or national of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland – you have certain rights when doing things in other European countries. This includes moving, living, studying and doing business.

Non-EU nationals may have the right to work in an EU country or to be treated equally with EU nationals as regards conditions of work. These rights depend on their status as family members of EU nationals and on their own nationality. Due to complex immigration procedures, employers may as well decide not to go through your application.  In order to be able to work in Italy and/or other European countries you will still have additional legal obligations and administrative procedures to go through to get access to the European labour market – and you’re not entitled to EURES mobility schemes.

As it is reiterated by the European Commission: Employment, social affairs and inclusion for non-EU citizens: “The freedom to move to another EU country to work without a work permit is a right for EU nationals”.

Many of EURES' services (in particular EURES on-line services) are freely available for any user with access to the web. If you already live and work in the EEA territory or Switzerland, you can contact a local or regional EURES Adviser to get advice. However, finding a job via EURES does not change the legal obligations and administrative procedures that may apply to non-EU citizens.

If you intend to move from a non-EEA country (except Switzerland) to live and work in the European Economic Area or Switzerland, often your own Ministry of Foreign Affairs can provide you with information on legal requirements to move abroad or refer you to useful information centres.

This Info point (prepared by EURES Italy) is dedicated to basic and first level information for EU nationals and Non-EU nationals interested in working in Italy,

Work in Italy’s mission is to assist Italian companies in attracting and recruiting qualified foreign candidates in sectors, where Italian companies face skills shortages.

EURES Italy present job possibilities in other EU/EEA countries and Switzerland for jobseekers on https://www.anpal.gov.it/notizie-eures-news

 

If you are an EU citizen or EAA continue to follow the information on Living and Working in Italy:

WORK IN ITALY – Info EU nationals

Definitions of Terms - European citizens

Angraphic residence - European citizens

Health Care for Foreign Citizens – TEAM Card

Tax identification number

VAT Number

Leases and Rentals

Banking services for Foreigners

Driving in Italy – Driving Licence - European citizens

Entries in Italy for study

How to find a job

The Apprenticeship in Italy

TheTraineeship in Europe

Active job search in Europe

How to Apply for a Job

Incomes and taxation

SPID - the Public Digital Identity System

Cost of living

The rights of foreign workers

Industrial Injuries and Occupational Disease

Useful numbers in Italy

 

EURES Italy - WORK IN ITALY

WORK IN ITALY – Info NON-EU nationals

This is exclusively an “Info Point” service.

It provides general information for Non-EU nationals about living and working conditions in Italy.

In order to be able to work in Italy and/or other European countries you will still have additional legal obligations and administrative procedures to go through to get access to the European labour market – and you’re not entitled to EURES mobility schemes.

As it is reiterated by the European Commission: Employment, social affairs and inclusion for non-EU citizens: “The freedom to move to another EU country to work without a work permit is a right for EU nationals”.

Non-EU nationals may have the right to work in an EU country or to be treated equally with EU nationals as regards conditions of work. These rights depend on their status as family members of

EU nationals and on their own nationality. Due to complex immigration procedures, employers may as well decide not to go through your application.

Many of EURES' services (in particular EURES on-line services) are freely available for any user with access to the web. If you already live and work in the EEA territory or Switzerland, you can contact a local or regional EURES Adviser to get advice.

However, finding a job via EURES does not change the legal obligations and administrative procedures that may apply to non-EU citizens.

If you intend to move from a non-EEA country (except Switzerland) to live and work in the European Economic Area or Switzerland, often your own Ministry of Foreign Affairs can provide you with information on legal requirements to move abroad or refer you to useful information centres.

This Info point (prepared by EURES Italy) is dedicated to basic and first level information

for non-EU citizens interested in working in Italy.

We reiterate that the Italian Authority responsible for the entry and stay of non-EU citizens is the Ministry of the Interior.

 

For more information and insights, follow the presentations:

WORK IN ITALY – Info NON-EU nationals

Definitions of Terms - Non-EU Countries

Framework of entry - Entry into Italy

Entry Visa  

Entrance for tourism

Entries in Italy for study

Entrance for scientific reasearch

Entrance for medical treatments

Prenot@Mi

Framework of entry - Quotas Flow Decrees  

Entries in Italy for work

Entries in Italy for Seasonal Work

Entries in Italy for self-employment

Entries in Italy for reunification

Entries in Italy for internships

Summary of authorities

Residence Permit – Permesso di Soggiorno

Residence Permit - Long-term

EU Blue Card

Recruitment resident in Italy

The rights of foreign workers

Industrial Injuries and Occupational Disease

Useful numbers in Italy

Tax identification number - Non-EU

VAT Number

Angraphic residence- Non-EU

Banking services for Foreigners

Leases and Rentals

Health Care for Foreign Citizens – TEAM Card

Health Care for Foreign Citizens – STP Card

Driving - Licence_NON-EU

Incomes and taxation

SPID - the Public Digital Identity System

Cost of living

 

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This Info Point does not provide the Matching Service and/or handles sending CVs. to third parties.

This is just the infopoint service about procedures.

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This Info Point does not provide the Matching Service and/or handles sending CVs. to third parties.

This is just the infopoint service about procedures.

 

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