Friday blog – what happend during this week?

What can happen during a week?

 We all know, that a lot can happen during a week.

For Nordic Jobs worldwide, we learn many new things each week and each day. If it’s the development of our 3 offices with new internal hirings, or getting some amazing and exciting needs for our clients all around Europe, we always have our hands full of new impressions and things to reflect on and learn from!

I already touched the topic!


We are looking to expand our office in Oslo, and in Malaga for our sister brand Multilingual Jobs Worldwide. Experienced recruiter or non-experienced but with a flair for Customer Service, Client satisfaction and sales drive with the will to succeed in everything that you do, we are more than interested!

We are looking for Dutch & German or bilingual speakers as we see a strong potential in the market and want more native recruiters to focus on the delivery.

As Office Manger for our Malaga office, I can tell this much, that we are enjoying every single day of the sun. We can feel that the spring is just around the corner, and we appreciate the small things in life as being able to find a spot in the sun after work or go for a long walk along the beach.

We are back at the office but following the restrictions, that has been made by the government. Right now, we are working our best to find Nordic Speakers for our clients in Malaga, who wish toenjoy the city as much as we do.

This week, Mart Kevin from Team Nordic Jobs Worldwide, our ski team in Estonia won the Alutaguse Marathon. One stage of the Estonian long distance series, Estoloppet – and also a stage of Visma Ski Classics Challengers, which is a build-up stage for Visma Ski Classics Grand events.

Our team was represented with four athletes – Mart Kevin, Piret, Merilin and Jürgen. Overall we managed to get the win in the men’s and third in the women’s by Merilin Jürisaar. The team is really, really happy with the results and this is the first step to many victories in the future!

Can anyone guess the price that Mart was lucky to bring home?

Nothing less than 40KG Pork meat!

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Ann-Kathrine K. Simonsen, Office Manager
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