Employment Services

Improving Employment Opportunities for People with Disability in Ireland:

Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, in collaboration with Employers for Change, the Employer Disability Information Service providers, have today published a new policy paper that seeks to improve the employment opportunities for people with disability in Ireland.  More than one in seven people in Ireland have a disability,

Connect Sunbeam:

https://www.connect.sunbeam.ie/ Welcome To Connect Services we Provide: Connect is a hub for the community, allowing people of many abilities to interact and grow together. Some of the many services we provide are in the areas of finding jobs, personal growth and community integration.We have a drop-in centre where people can

Autism at Work Scheme Aims to Boost Employment:

https://www.rte.ie/news/2019/0530/1052615-autism-at-work/ In Ireland, 80% of people on the autism spectrum are unemployed, and it can be very difficult for them to find employers who can accommodate their special needs. A new initiative is looking beyond the challenges of people with autism and focusing on harnessing their abilities. Nick Rankin works

Disputes about Equality and Discrimination:

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/employment/enforcement_and_redress/equality_tribunal.html The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) deals with all complaints of discrimination in employment and access to goods and services. These complaints come under the following equality legislation: The Employment Equality Acts 1998–2015, which prohibit discrimination at work and cover discrimination about: recruitment and promotion; equal pay; working conditions; training or experience;

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

National Learning Network: What makes NLN different?

https://www.rehab.ie/national-learning-network/what-makes-nln-different-/ h National Learning Network provides training and specialist support to people who, for a variety of reasons, may find it difficult to gain employment. Whatever your circumstances – whether you are long-term unemployed, have an illness or a disability – National Learning Network can help you.  As Ireland’s largest non-governmental education and training organisation,

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

Supports to facilitate the employment of people with disabilities in the workplace or to retain, in the workforce, employees who acquire a disability:

https://dbei.gov.ie/en/What-We-Do/Workplace-and-Skills/Employment-of-people-with-disabilities/ The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation is a member of the Comprehensive Employment Strategy for People with Disabilities Implementation Group. This Department has committed to highlight the supports that are available to facilitate the employment of people with disabilities in the open labour market, or to retain in