Cooperation

Join an important Initiative!

Labour Mobility Initiative is the only European think tank specialized in the posting of workers within provision of services. Each year in Kraków we hold European Labour Mobility Congress - the biggest annual event in Europe dedicated to these thematics. We create an unique forum for dialogue through fact-analysis and searching for a constructive compromise so that the free flow of services on the internal market was bringing benefits to the workers, their employers and entire European economy. Our analysis and opinions are used in the works of the Polish government, European Commission and European Parliament.


See the possibilities to evolve at the LMI

Are you a student, PhD student or a researcher?
Would you like to join our team full-time or as a freelancer?
Or maybe you’d like to join our internship programme?

  • Student internships

    The internship lasts minimum 3 months for about 20 hours per week. During the internship you are able to attend the Legal Posting Labs. At the end we provide you with an internship certificate. There are three fields you can choose from the programme: communication, administration and law.

  • Full-time job

    We invite to our team persons who are decided to dedicate their career to the field of our interests. We hire talented people, ready to constantly learn and change the reality with us. We offer opportunities in particular for the ones, who want to develop academically.

  • Freelance cooperation

    We are interested in cooperation with people professionally or academically engaged in the social security system coordination, European labour law or the posting of workers within the freedom to provide services. We offer access to our knowledge and materials.


Join LMI and change the reality with us

If you are interested, please contact us via e-mail

kontakt@inicjatywa.eu

Remember to add the clause indicated below if you are sending us your CV: ‘I hereby give consent for my personal data included in my application to be processed for the purposes of the recruitment process under the Personal Data Protection Act as of 29 August 1997, consolidated text: Journal of Laws 2016, item 922 as amended.’