Employment Schemes

Disability Confidence

We’re building disability confidence in our business communities. Encouraging you to think differently about disability! Supporting People with an illness, injury and disability to secure and maintain employment. Employability Clare Team Helping You To Be confident in recruiting people with disabilities Provide better services to customers Make business information, premises

Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme

Under the July Jobs Stimulus Package the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) has replaced the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (TWSS) from 1 September 2020. It will run until 31 March 2021. Under the EWSS scheme, employers and new firms in sectors impacted by COVID-19 whose turnover has fallen 30% will get a flat-rate subsidy

COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme

This document is about the COVID-19 Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme, which closed on 31 August 2020. It was replaced by the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS). This document can be used for reference purposes for information on the operation of the TWSS up until it closed on 31 August 2020. The

Disability Payments and Work

If you are getting certain disability payments you may be allowed to work or attend training. People getting Illness Benefit and Invalidity Pension cannot work (except for unpaid voluntary work). They must transfer to the Partial Capacity Benefit scheme if they wish to work. If you are getting a means-tested payment, your

Rehab Services for Employers:

https://www.rehab.ie/national-learning-network/support-for-employers/ – Employer Services – Benefits of NLN to employers – Employing people with Disabilities – Employer testimonials – Employee Testimonials – FAQ


https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/education/vocational_education_and_training/youthreach.html h If you have left school without any formal qualifications, the Youthreach programme can provide you with opportunities for basic education, personal development, vocational training and work experience. The programme is generally full-time, although part-time courses can be arranged. You can concentrate on a core training area of your choice but

Supporting People with Autism to Access Employment:

https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2019/0621/1056669-supporting-people-with-autism-to-access-employment/ Around 15,000 people with autism in Ireland could be suitable candidates for lots of jobs, particularly in the data analytics and tech sectors. Specialisterne Ireland is a specialist employment agency that helps people with autism to access employment, and helps employers recruit and retain people with autism. Autism is

Community Employment Programme:

The Community Employment (CE) programme is designed to help people who are long-term unemployed (or otherwise disadvantaged) to get back to work by offering part-time and temporary placements in jobs based within local communities. Participants can take up other part-time work during their placement. After the placement, participants are encouraged

Inclusive Workplace:

https://iseebeyond.ie/employers/ https://iseebeyond.ie/employers/ Creating and maintaining an inclusive workplace that promotes and supports diversity is a key element of our I See Beyond campaign. We have listed some information here that we hope will guide you to finding how to deliver for all. We encourage you to aim to implement best

Thinking Jobs:

Thinking Jobs Thinking Jobs is a Not for Profit specialist recruitment agency tasked specifically with getting a significant number of adults with Disabilities into sustainable and long term employment. .We are not looking for Charity or for Sympathy. We are looking for the opportunity to deliver a very high quality