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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
More info http://www.oecd.org/cfe/leed/10th-fplg-meeting.htm

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W1 Arbetsförmedlingen Stockholm City

  1. 1. Welcome Arbetsförmedlingen Stockholm City April 25th 2014
  2. 2. Workshop: Swedish Youth Guarantee Ms. Eeva Vestlund Employment Office Manager
  3. 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. 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. 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. 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. 7. Youth jobseekers – day 1-90 Ms. Lisa Brandt, Employment officer
  8. 8. Youth aged between 16-24 Registration as a jobseeker • Contact person/employment officer • Action plan • Next appointment with Arbetsförmedlingen
  9. 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. 10. Ms. Karina Betancourt, Employment officer Swedish Youth Guarantee
  11. 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. 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. 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. 14. Mr. Kamyar Zarrin, Employment officer “Room4work”
  15. 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. 16. Mr. Henrik Tunér Universum Group
  17. 17. Mr. Alexander Grace Mr. Felix Olse From a jobseeker’s point of view
  18. 18. Mr. Thomas Wengholm Mr. Christer Gerdes Analysts from Arbetsförmedlingen Head office National context and comparison
  19. 19. Customer Service Media sales representatives Sales support Restaurant clerks Retail sales assistants Companies recruiting in today’s ”Room4Work”

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