That is yet one more measure that can strengthen the struggle in opposition to unemployment. The Minister of Labor, Elisabeth Borne introduced this Thursday, October 7 the granting of a bonus of 1,000 euros to sure job seekers. Detailed evaluate of the profiles involved.
This sum will probably be granted to the unemployed who meet very particular standards. This “bonus” will thus be geared toward long-term job seekers, ie registered with Pôle Emploi for greater than a yr.
As well as, they must perform in-company coaching, and current a promise of employment.
The measure additionally offers for the fee phrases of this bonus of 1,000 euros: job seekers assembly all the standards will obtain a primary half of the quantity at the beginning of their coaching, the remaining will probably be paid to them on the finish.
Encourage employment in sectors which can be recruiting
In keeping with the Minister, this measure goals to encourage the unemployed to enter occupations which can be hiring. Final September, Prime Minister Jean Castex had additionally reiterated, confronted with the difficulties in recruiting sure firms, the crucial have to strengthen the coaching of the unemployed.
On this context, Elisabeth Borne was then engaged, within the columns of the Parisian “That every one long-term job seekers are contacted by a Pôle Emploi adviser by the tip of the yr”.
Additionally final September, in keeping with the newest figures accessible, France (excluding Mayotte) had three.026 million long-term unemployed within the second quarter, registered for greater than a yr (class A, B, C), with greater than 1 , 5 million registered for greater than two years.
The Minister of Labor, nevertheless, praised the dynamic of assisted contracts, which permit an organization to rent a teenager who is much from employment (Youth Employment Initiative Contracts), for which the State covers 47% of the remuneration of the worker. younger, by affirming that “40,000 contracts of this sort have been signed for the reason that starting of the yr”, in opposition to “1,600 in 2020”.