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"1.1 Complex Programme for the Employment of Job Seekers and Inactive Individuals SROP (TMOP) 1.1.2 Improvement of employability of the disadvantaged (first period: Jan 2008 Apr 2011; second period: May 2011 2015) (Decentralized Programmes in Convergence Regions)"

Country of implementation
Hungary
General short description of the innovation
The objective of the SROP 1.1.2 programme is to promote the integration in the primary labour market of disadvantaged jobseekers and people who lost their jobs in relation to the crisis by providing personalised complex assistance to them. The programme helps the labour market integration of people with low school education, career starters, individuals over the age of 50, those returning from child raising support and child raising benefit and from the care of relatives and individuals, who became unemployed as a result of the crisis. / / Programme elements: A personalised combination of subsidies and services: labour market counselling, mentoring, vocational training and wage subsidies. /
Target group
Total Population
Policy Field
  • education
  • employment
  • wage
Type of Policy
  • public
Duration of the policy
1 Jan 2008 - 30 Apr 2011
Scope of innovation
  • Scope: temporary
  • Budgets: 53 041,0 million HUF= 177 million EUR
  • Number of intended beneficiaries: 57 894 head
  • Spatial coverage: national
General description of (intended) objectives and strategies
To promote the integration in the primary labour market of disadvantaged jobseekers and people who lost their jobs in relation to the crisis by providing personalised complex assistance to them. / /
Nature of the innovation-short-term perspective
short term to provide support for convergence regions
Nature of the innovation-long-term perspective
there cannot be identified ambition like that
Type of ideal-typical strategy for the innovation
  • typical strategy for the innovation (optional; according to Obinger)-encompassing security
Type of innovation
  • new form of policy implementation/delivery
  • retrenchment or expansion of an existing/earlier policy
New outputs
  • subsidies/tax-credits
  • training schemes
Intended target group
The uneducated (having primary education or less), school leavers , people aged above 50, parents with young children, the long term unemployed, those at risk of long term unemployment
Working age population
  • care responsibilities (care for children [0-16/16+], for elderly or other family members) (care for childre 0-16)
  • educational level (low/medium/high) (low)
  • income level (low/medium/high) (low)
  • main source of income: social protection (please specify; e.g. unemployment benefits/disability benefits/social assistance/other benefits) (social assistance and unemployment benefit)
Employers-private institutional actors
not involved
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-supra/extra national organisations
Intended output
  • services
  • subsidies/tax-credits
  • training schemes
  • wages
Intended and unintended outcomes
no data available
Clarification of outcomes in terms of impacting resilience and labour market inclusion
This was an immediate answer for the crises and mitigated the decreasing labour demand.
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