We provide advice and training to employers who are prepared to employ or have already employed people with disabilities but need knowledge and guidance to support them.
Wage subsidies can be granted to employers who employ an unemployed person.
If the employee has difficulties accessing their workspaces or using the work equipment provided, we will help adjust the workplace and work equipment in a way that makes them accessible and usable.
Training costs will be compensated to an employer if the employee:
- is unable, due to a disability or their state of health, to continue their work and after completing retraining or ongoing training the employer offers them a new job; or
- before starting work the employee had been registered as unemployed for at least 12 months and now needs to develop their working knowledge and skills./eng/content/employers/labour-market-training
On 1 July 2016, the procedure for the compensation of social tax by the state for a person with decreased working ability will change. An employer who employs an employee with decreased working ability (who is established as having partial or no working ability or at least 40% permanent incapacity for work) can apply for a social tax incentive from the Unemployment Insurance Fund.