Did you know how the Adecco Group contributes to the integration of refugees in the labour market?
According to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), the number of people displaced globally by conflict has reached a staggering high of 60 Million. These asylum seekers had to leave their lives behind – and start anew.
In 21 EU member states, an asylum seeker has to wait six months or longer before being allowed to work. These long waiting times translate into delayed integration into society.
On EU average, it takes between five and six years to integrate more than 50% of humanitarian migrants into the labour market and as much as 15 years to reach a 70% employment rate.
Refugees have a high risk of being unemployed, and if they are working, they usually work below their level of qualification.
The Adecco Group wants to contribute to the labour market integration of refugees. An online campaign has been developed to attest how the group helps to provide jobs and job training for those in need.
In close relation with the communication team of the Adecco Group, Page in extremis has developed a micro-site completed with a set of teasers to diffuse on the social media.
The Adecco Group wants to match talented people with the job opportunities and employers they’re looking for. On any given day, they connect over 700,000 people across 60 countries with fulfilling opportunities that make the most of their skills now and enable them to develop new expertise for the future.
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