The City of Helsinki spends tens of millions of euros a year on services provided by temporary employment agencies to guarantee the availability of municipal services. While the city relies annually on the services of up to 150 groups of professionals, the recruitment of temporary doctors and nurses especially puts a burden on its coffers. Seure Henkilöstöpalvelut, a venture owned jointly by the municipalities in the capital region and the Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa, is a a particularly important service-provider.
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Helsinki spends tens of millions on temps
“We especially offer professionals in manual skills, such as nurses, kindergarten teachers, cleaning persons and kitchen staff,” says Anne Sivula, the managing director at Seure.