Uusimaa TE office in short
Uusimaa TE-offices' customer service areas have resumed to normal customer service with the exception of Itäkeskus and Helsinki centre (Antinkatu 1). These offices will remain closed until the end of August. Please check the opening hours for each location on the contact details page.
Please note that we have to limit the number of customers in our premises. We also have less self-service terminals in use and they are spaced further apart in order to ensure customers' safety.
All personalised customer service appointments will still take place over the telephone. Information and recruitement events continue to be run online until the end of August.
We are still asking our customers to primarily use our E-services (Oma asiointi) and telephone services. In case you have symptoms of flu, please do not visit our customer service areas. Read more on our latest news.
Please keep in mind that we continue to offer local services (in Finnish) to support your job search. In addition, in case you have lost your job, have been laid off or your business has ended and you feel uncertainty, our psychologists offer support on the telephone.
Information on changes in TE services during the corona situation and news is available on our national te-palvelut.fi website.
Employer: Information for companies in change situations is available on our national website. Read more about the local services (in Finnish) we offer to support employers in the corona situation. In the Uusimaa region, proposals for cooperation negotiations and information about temporary lay-offs are sent to: email@example.com. Please note that this email address is meant to employers only.
Processing times: Processing time for registering as a job seeker varies between the municipalities in Uusimaa. We are now processing the registrations we have received via E-Services (Oma asiointi) during 23 – 28 July (updated on 29 July 2020).
Videos: The videos below provide information what to do if you are laid off and how to register as a jobseeker. These videos have been produced by Monik ry and the material is available in Arabic, Kurdish and Somali.
Please visit Infofinland to read more on coronavirus and its effects in Finland. Most of the information is available on Finnish, Swedish, English, Russian,Estonian, French, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Chinese, Persian, Arabic, German, Thai, Sami and Tigrinya.