We help unemployed people to find a job in accordance with their professional career and we help companies and organisations to find suitable workers for their needs. Our vocation of service to the public has made us a leading company in the provision of comprehensive services to companies and institutions.
A vocation that is transferred to the field of the labour market with a clear intention to promote and encourage the employability of all unemployed workers. Because at Grupo EULEN, we believe in equal opportunities, inclusion and the possibility of access to a job as fundamental pillars of a fairer and more egalitarian society.
Therefore, we collaborate with public employment services in job intermediation, helping the unemployed to find a job in line with their expectations and helping companies in the selection of workers.
Our consultants are professionals with training and experience in employment management.
They analyse the needs of users and areas of action in the short, medium and long term, establish the appropriate mechanisms to facilitate the employability of applicants, define actions to improve skills and accompany the company and workers throughout the process.
EULEN consultants are professionals with training and experience in employment management, analysing the needs and areas of action in the short, medium and long term; establishing mechanisms that add value to employment management in the client’s organisation; defining improvement actions and accompanying the organisation and the worker throughout the process. At EULEN we have a dual commitment: on the one hand, to the unemployed, helping them to find a job in line with their professional career; on the other hand, to companies and organisations, helping them to find the most appropriate workers for their requirements and needs.
(Authorisation number: 9900000116 placement agency and outplacement company. From Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 14:00 and from 15:30 to 18:00, at any of our customer service offices. For circumstantial reasons, this timetable may be altered, always complying with a minimum of 25 hours per week).