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"1.1 Complex Programme for the Employment of Job Seekers and Inactive Individuals SROP (MOP) 1.1.1 Rehabilitation and improvement of employability of disabled people 2010

Country of implementation
Hungary
General short description of the innovation
Priority project focuses on supporting people with changed working capacity who need several forms of personalised services and support in order to improve their employability and promote their integration in the open labour market.The scope of the programme was smaller than expected, because it reached only a smaller group of people with changed working capacity than required. Programme elements: A personalised combination of subsidies and services: vocational rehabilitation, including covering the costs of training and vocational education; psychological counselling; coaching; covering commuting and other related costs of working; wage subsidies; etc.
Target group
Disabled
Policy Field
  • employment
  • equal opportunities
  • wage
Type of Policy
  • public
Duration of the policy
2010
Scope of innovation
  • Scope: temporary
  • Budgets: 10.6 billion HUF= 350 million EUR
  • Number of intended beneficiaries: no data available
  • Spatial coverage: national
General description of (intended) objectives and strategies
The HUF10.6 billion support provided from budget appropriations to accredited employers for the employment of people with reduced work capability funded the support of 19,801 individuals in 2010. Based on the number of the employees, the employers included medium-sized enterprises (7,776 persons), and other organisations (6,227 persons), small enterprises (4,390 persons) and non-profit organisations (4,209 persons). 11,465 different labour market services were provided to clients receiving rehabilitation benefit reporting at the local offices.
Nature of the innovation-short-term perspective
creating jobs for people with disability
Nature of the innovation-long-term perspective
there might be a cultural change, changing attitudes towards employees with reduced work capability
Type of ideal-typical strategy for the innovation
  • typical strategy for the innovation (optional; according to Obinger)-encompassing security
Type of innovation
  • new policy, practice or measure
New outputs
  • services
  • subsidies/tax-credits
  • training schemes
Intended target group
people with reduced work capability, receiving rehabilitation benefit
Working age population
  • care responsibilities (care for children [0-16/16+], for elderly or other family members)
  • income level (low/medium/high) (low)
  • main source of income: social protection (please specify; e.g. unemployment benefits/disability benefits/social assistance/other benefits) (disability benefit)
Employers-private institutional actors
employers, small and medium size enterprises
Actors involved in policy-making/implementation and/or evaluation
  • making/implementation and/or evaluation-agency or national social insurance body
  • making/implementation and/or evaluation-beneficiaries/users
  • making/implementation and/or evaluation-central state
  • making/implementation and/or evaluation-employees (organised or individual)
  • making/implementation and/or evaluation-employers (organised or individual)
Intended output
  • learning workplaces
  • services
  • subsidies/tax-credits
  • training schemes
  • wages
Intended and unintended outcomes
the target group are the people with reduced work capability receiving rehabilitation benefit, in December 2010 it was 23 662 head
Clarification of outcomes in terms of impacting resilience and labour market inclusion
Icreasing the employability of the disabled correlates with labour market inclusion.
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