Before starting your new job, you need an employment contract or proof of employment document.
Your pay is typically a reflection of your education, your experience, the industry you work in, and possibly also previous pay.
Payslips can look very different, depending on where you are employed. Here, you can find explanations of the most common information shown on payslips.
Get help and advice on everything from finding a job, contracts, finances, and unemployment benefits to holidays, housing, insurance, taxes, and pensions.
It's an opportunity for you and your manager to talk about how you want to develop, and in what direction.
Your transition from student life to working life may be challenging at times, but we can help you crack the code and get a foot in the door with the labour market.
There are many benefits to starting your own business: you'll be your own boss, and you can work with the very things you've always dreamt of.
Here, you can read more about the possibilities, rights, and obligations you have in relation to pregnancy, birth, and parenthood.