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What financial support can be provided?

Employers with recruitment needs, focused on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), must first contact an EURES Adviser/assistant or a Public Employment Service and establish a recruitment cooperation in order to take part.

The financial support for an integration programme is a contribution towards the costs for:

  • job-related training,
  • language training to improve command of host country language,
  • administrative support etc. helping the new employee to get settled.

The financial support is a flat rate per recruited candidate varying according to type of integration programme (basic or comprehensive) and country where the company is located.

TMS/YfEj supports European mobility and sustainable recruitments with fair working conditions. It cannot support employment within sales and telemarketing, businesses with high turnover or with one or more days of unpaid trial work/training before employment or which offers only commission with no fixed wages.

Main conditions:

In order to apply for financial support, you must fulfil the conditions.

How to apply for financial support?

  • See detailed instructions and checklist on how to apply in the Application form.
  • For more information and examples of content, see Template for an integration programme.
  • Fill in and scan the Application form, and send it by e-mail to: or post it to: Zavod RS za zaposlovanje, Območna služba Celje, YFEJ, Ljubljanska cesta 14, 3001 Celje, Slovenia.

The application must be submitted latest the day before the start of the employment. 

Please note that the processing time regarding applications is around 2 to 4 weeks.


More information:

Main conditions

In order to apply for a financial support, you must fulfil the following conditions:

  • small or medium sized enterprises/organisations with a maximum of 250 employees,
  • legally registered in an EU country, Norway or Iceland,
  • offering employment to a person aged 18 years or older, citizen and resident of an EU country, Norway or Iceland other than their new country of work,
  • offering employment for a minimum of 6 months,
  • offering fair wages and work conditions in accordance with national labour market law and praxis, such as collective agreements or minimum wage,
  • working hours must be at least 50 percent of a normal working week,
  • not offering work in one country and thereafter sending out the employee to work in another country, so called posted workers,
  • the integration programme must start during the first initial three weeks of work.