More companies are eligible to take part in a Tallinn-funded jobs creation program now that the City Council has made key changes to the project’s parameters.
The support project, backed by nearly 1 million euros from the city budget, is designed to cut down the ranks of the capital’s unemployed by paying companies to create new positions for them.
But whereas earlier only companies with at least 30 employees could participate, now businesses with as few as 15 employees are eligible. Non-profit organizations and foundations are also being allowed in for the first time – these only need to have two employees, rus.err.ee reported.
To take part, the companies need to create at least five jobs, and the non-profit organizations three jobs, for a period of six months to a year.
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