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“Listen to your voice! — Employment in the EU, interactive forum on employment and possible directions for development”
3100 Salgótarján, Klapka György út 4.
Event reportPresentation "Let your voice hear!- Employment in the EU, interactive forum on employment and possible development directions This conference was held on 17 March 2022 at 13:00 on the topic of domestic and EU employment and its possible development directions. Unlike in the past, the Forum has been carried out in person. The venue of the event was provided by the Foundation for the Employment of Homes as the holder of the title of the Civil Community Service Centre of Nógrád County. Ildikó Tamási, head of the Employment Department of the Nógrád County Government Office, was an active participant in the local and county-level employment pacts and his work as a facilitator of all sources of incentives for employment in Hungary and the EU. 44 participants took part in the conference, with many professionals active in employment and entrepreneurship in the county. Nógrádi Development Agency, Salgótarjáni Employment Nonprofit Kft, Exasol Kft., Mayor of Varsány Community and representatives of cooperatives, foundations and associations representing the civil sector (Rózsavilág Cooperative, Third Sector Association, J.L.S. Foundation, Foundation for Civil Employment, Salgótarján Civil Roundtable, Hungarian Maltese Charity Service, Cultural Information Consulting Association, Thousand Thousands Heart Association, Civil Economic Advisory Association, Non-Color Association). The moderator provided general information on the activities, objectives and priorities of the Employment Department of the Nógrád County Government Office. A number of topics were discussed, including increasing the number of people in employment and involving inactive actors in the primary labour market, in particular for employers suffering from labour shortages. They should be trained in mentoring before the inclusion of disadvantaged and inactive people in the labour market. The participants shared their own good experiences with the participants, which work well in practice. A number of suggestions and ideas have been made on how inactive actors should be part of the labour market. Public employment was also mentioned as an alternative as a possible form of employment. The participants all agreed that this type of employment would also require modification and that public employment programmes that are already working well should be embraced and made into “protected” employment. Many have suggested facilitating the operation of businesses. The entrepreneurs present also talked about the problems that affect them, arguing that labour shortages at the level of an enterprise’s development are hampered, but at the same time many complain that they do not find the right job. Contributors considered it important to develop an entrepreneurial culture and to set up an entrepreneurial development organisation that would help start up and develop businesses. The other theme, in which a large number of people are also involved, is the functioning and practice of EU projects. Participants reported on their good experiences and difficulties with the projects. The emergence of EU projects is a step forward for all employers, as they can employ workers in a main job throughout the project period. It was agreed that if such a project was successful, it would be necessary to continue, this should provide some EU funding, as these projects have become a value-creating raison d’être when the project is completed. On which everyone agreed that the strict distancing of these projects could loosen, and that it would be important to promote synergy between projects and to move from one project to another. A large interval between project periods was mentioned, which is difficult for many. Ensuring continuity in the life of an organisation would also be a great help in an EU project. The exchange of views took place in a very direct and good mood, the participants were keen to join the discourse, to report on their results and to tell each other about their good and less good experiences and practices. At the end of the conference, participants agreed that they would like to meet in the future, continue the forum and follow each other’s work.
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