The unemployment insurance and public employment service are constantly updating their systems, processes and services to meet the varied requirements of regional employment centres, unemployment insurance funds, beneficiaries, job-seekers and the modern business world.
Some of the current development projects and schemes are aimed at exploiting the opportunities offered by digitisation, while others focus on providing the best possible personal advice. The aim is to offer jobseekers and employers increasingly efficient support in order to smooth reintegration into the labour market.
The UI is also directly affected by current events. For example, since March 2020, it has played an important part in cushioning the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and is helping refugees enter the labour market.