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Inclusive employees

Inclusive employees are those from the target population, who are currently employed in the inclusive market. These employees are employed in inclusive enterprises in the inclusive services sector. The work contract is subject to the standard labour code with standard labour rights and obligations.

The aim of the inclusive market policy is to prepare people from the target population for regular employment. Therefore the employment relationship in the inclusive enterprise will be a standard employment relationship. An employer may dismiss an employee. Given the work habits of people from the target population, we assume that inclusive enterprises as employers will not consider work misconduct as strict as standard employers. Since working in the inclusive market represents a preparation for the open market, it is limited to two years (with possible re-entry after 2 years). Also the place of work does not necessarily be the same as the employee’s place of residence.

The work contract of an inclusive employee contains:

  • standard rights (working hours, days of leave, ...)
  • standard obligations (work discipline, attendance, ...)
  • it is a fixed-term contract (to comply with the limited period an inclusive employee can work in the inclusive market)
  • the right to end the contract with a notice period of one week (if the inclusive employee manages to find a job in the open market)
  • the right to dismiss an employee if he does not qualify the conditions for being an inclusive employee

similar articles: Conference on youth long-term unemployment , Presentation for EPC workshop 20.9.2016 .odp ppt , Páleník: inclusive market in Slovakia .odp ppt , Conference november 2014 , ecosoc/the-social-economy-in-the-european-union


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