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Smoother transitions from family leave to working life

Perhevapaalta työelämään (From Family leave to working life) is a project funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment. The project is coordinated by the Uusimaa Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment.

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Kiitos yhteistyökumppaneille kaikesta yhteiskehittämistyöstämme!

Perhevapaalta työelämään -hanke päättyy 31.12.2023.
Kiitämme yhteistyöstä kaikkia yhteistyökumppaneitamme.
Ohessa on meidän koko hanke kauden loppuraportti sekä vaikuttavuustutkimus. 
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The family vacationer's guide

Our website has information for different needs -

whether you are on family leave, a collaborator or an employer.

My Family service

We collaborated as a projectOwn family with the service (Electronic family center), where we made content about the coaching themes of the From family leave to working life project, articles andvideos in the form. 

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A guide for employers

From working life to family leave and back - The family leave guide for employers contains information that you can use as an employer to facilitate the reconciliation of work and family in your work community and to promote the well-being of the entire work community. The guide is intended for both private and public sector employers and personnel management experts.

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Clear direction project

Clear direction project was running in Finland from November 2021 to May 2023 as part of the Lone Parents Digital Activation project formed by three implementing countries. The task of the project was to support the employment and well-being of parents in single-parent families. It received its funding from the European Union's EaSI program supporting employment and social innovation. The same project package was implemented not only in Finland but also in Ireland and Greece. Read morefrom here.

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