W1 Arbetsförmedlingen Stockholm City
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Material of the 10th Annual meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development |23-25 April 2014 | Stockholm, Sweden ...

Material of the 10th Annual meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development |23-25 April 2014 | Stockholm, Sweden
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W1 Arbetsförmedlingen Stockholm City Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome Arbetsförmedlingen Stockholm City April 25th 2014
  • 2. Workshop: Swedish Youth Guarantee Ms. Eeva Vestlund Employment Office Manager
  • 3. Swedish “Youth guarantee” replaced “Special community programmes for young people” 2007 Due to: • High rates of youth unemployment • Strong demand on the labour market Target group: • Unemployed jobseekers registered at Arbetsförmedlingen, aged 16-24 years • Unemployed for three months Goal: • Work or back to school
  • 4. Aim • Counteract youth unemployment • Reduce time in unemployment By concrete and individually shaped activities, support from the Arbetsförmedlingen and continuous matching towards the labour market
  • 5. Activities within Youth Guarantee (National) February 2014 9% 10% 10% 22% 10% 30% 5% 2% 2% Work Work experience Training Private providers In-depth assessment Jobseeker activities with coaching No registered activity Other Employability Rehabilitation 38 400 participants (April 2014)
  • 6. Leaving Youth guarantee March 2014 2797 159 535 1142 3 1412 1296 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Work Subsidized employment New start job Open unemployed Work introduction employment Labour market programme Other
  • 7. Youth jobseekers – day 1-90 Ms. Lisa Brandt, Employment officer
  • 8. Youth aged between 16-24 Registration as a jobseeker • Contact person/employment officer • Action plan • Next appointment with Arbetsförmedlingen
  • 9. The first 90 days – Focus on matching • Activities; CV-seminars and vocational guidance • Advise on how to contact employers • Drop in every Friday • ”Room 4 Work”
  • 10. Ms. Karina Betancourt, Employment officer Swedish Youth Guarantee
  • 11. Concept • A programme oriented to provide the youth (under 25) several tools, in order to facilitate their introduction into the labour market. • These tools are offered according to their individual needs
  • 12. Starting point • Information Meeting (after 3 months) • Individual profiling/action plan (current opportunities, potential developments, etc.) • Internships, promotion of entrepreneurships, private providers, short training courses based on labour market needs. • Subsidized employment (New start jobs, “Yrkesintroduktionsanställningar” (apprenticeships) and internships)
  • 13. Target Groups / Measures Actual Situation Action Plan Target Group Time frame Early school-leavers Motivational course Young school leavers without degree 3 months Youth without work experience Internships External Collaborators Finished school, no vocational orientation or work experience 3 months 6 months Long term unemployed Subsidized employment Youth in unemployment for more than 6 months 6 months – 1 year Finished school, no work experience Apprenticeship “Yrkesintroduktions- anställning” 15-24 years old 6 months – 1 year
  • 14. Mr. Kamyar Zarrin, Employment officer “Room4work”
  • 15. Career & Employment events ”Room4Work” • By-weekly events where young people and potential employers meet at our facilities generating job opportunities, internships. • More than 10 employers from different branches have participated since December 2013.
  • 16. Mr. Henrik Tunér Universum Group
  • 17. Mr. Alexander Grace Mr. Felix Olse From a jobseeker’s point of view
  • 18. Mr. Thomas Wengholm Mr. Christer Gerdes Analysts from Arbetsförmedlingen Head office National context and comparison
  • 19. Customer Service Media sales representatives Sales support Restaurant clerks Retail sales assistants Companies recruiting in today’s ”Room4Work”