• Chamber of Multicultural Enterprises

    Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce’s project Chamber of Multicultural Enterprises (COME) aimed in enhancing companies’ ability and readiness to recruit international talents, cope with multicultural working environment and improving companies’ capabilities to succeed in international business environment. COME project ended on August 31st, 2018.

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Employer Services

Free of charge counselling and advisory services for companies and employers in questions related to international workforce.
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Cross-cultural mentoring programme for professionals and international students and recent graduates in Finland.
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Join us for infos and seminars to learn more about international workforce and related topics.
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  • COME comes to an endAugust 23, 2018 - 06:43

    Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce’s COME Project (Chamber of Multicultural Enterprises) started in March 2016 as a part of At Work in Finland Project. In a close partnership with City of Helsinki, City of Espoo, City of Vantaa, Central Organization of Finnish Trade Unions (SAK) and Moniheli Network of Multicultural Associations and Finnish labour administration…

  • Mentoring as an integration tool – for both business and talentsMay 24, 2018 - 10:10

    At its best, mentoring functions as a knowledge sharing platform, where both parties, mentor and mentee, benefit and learn something new. Mentoring as a concept can be utilized in international talents’ integration to Finnish work life and society, and it will also benefit to companies and business by giving them the first-hand experience on competencies…

Twitter @come2fi

COME project has ended on August 31st, 2018, and this twitter account is no longer active. Thank you to all our partners, friends and followers for the past 2,5 years! #AtWorkinFinland #TöissäSuomessa

All foreign students, employees and managers, please answer to this survey about Finnish working life! #madebyfinland #talentboost https://t.co/VkGd38CN9y

#COMEvinkkaa: EU-kansalainen ei tarvitse #oleskelulupa'a Suomeen, mutta hänen tulee rekisteröidä oleskeluoikeutensa, jos oleskelu kestää yli 3 kk @Maahanmuuttovir @UudenmaanMTI https://t.co/p5N98aj7Wi

Are you #international student, employee or manager in Finland? Take 10 mins and answer to this #survey about Finnish #working life https://t.co/wMw67l742w

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