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Ján Bača: Employment of Roma

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  • 1. Employment of Roma October 2011 U. S. Steel Košice, Human Resources , Public Affairs © 201 1 United States Steel Corporation
  • 2. Why do we do it? Our support of Roma community
    • To offer equal opportunity for Roma citizens
    • To integrate Roma citizens into work processes
    • To reduce unemployment among the Roma community
    • To increase qualification level s of Roma children
    Achieved effects
    • Work and regular income represent a basis for:
    • Reduced poverty
    • Reduced criminality
    • Improved family care
    • Regular payments for school, accommodation, water, utilities
  • 3. Roma community support project Work opportunities for adults
    • Based on Agreement on Temporary Assignment of employees to an other employer
    • Recruiting of potential employees based on council leaders’ recommendations
    • Currently 1 10 participants (more than 90% are from Roma community)
    • We cooperate with the following municipalities :
          • Velka Ida c ouncil office
          • Kosice - Saca c ouncil office
          • Kosice - Lunik IX council office
  • 4. Development of project participant headcount Work opportunities for adults 155 151 170 130 105 95 101 110
  • 5. Years of Service Work opportunities for adults
    • Main reasons for leaving:
    • Job opportunity (abroad)
    • Absenteeism
    • Poor work performance
  • 6. Project Participants by Age Our support of Roma community
  • 7. Project Participants by Achieved Education Level Our support of Roma community
  • 8. Performance review by USSK managers Work opportunities for adults
  • 9. Performance review by municipality representatives Work opportunities for adults
  • 10. Number of dependent children Our support of Roma community More than 70 family providers, provide for more than 250 children
  • 11. What motivates you most to attend work? Our support of Roma community
  • 12. What is most important for your children? Our support of Roma community
  • 13. What is most important for your children? Our support of Roma community
  • 14. Are you treated differently? Our support of Roma community
  • 15. Housing Our support of Roma community NOW BEFORE
  • 16. Where do they work? Our support of Roma community
  • 17. Success story 1 – Mr. Jano’s son Our support of Roma community
  • 18. Success story 2 – Mr. Sana Our support of Roma community
  • 19. Day-to-day work with the Roma community Our activities
  • 20. Our activities Day-to-day work with the Roma community
  • 21. Our activities Day-to-day work with the Roma community
  • 22. Continuous work - more could be done Conclusion
    • Motivate other employers to work on employment projects
    • Contribution to cover more costs
    • EU money for jobs and open a joint project with the City
    • To provide transport for workers from villages in vicinity to the work place
    • Possibility to deduct support for schools from taxable income

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