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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    the Equal at Work project contact Mary Bigley Project Manager Equal at Work Dublin Employment Pact 7 North Great Georges Street Dublin 1 Tel 353 0 1 878 8900 Fax

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/equal_contacts.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    AND POLITICS 4 Pages Prof Rémy Prud homme University of Paris France Report on SIZE SPRAWL SPEED AND THE EFFICIENCY OF CITIES 14 Pages Dr Wendelin Wanka Chief Executive Office of Vienna City Report on INTEGRATIVE CITY DEVELOPMENT VIENNA EXAMPLES 4 Pages Dr Jonathan Potter OECD Presentation on DUBLIN IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY 1 Page Gina Quin Dublin Chamber of Commerce Powerpoint presentation on Developing Business and Employment in a

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    the Department of the Taoiseach June 2002 Seminar Papers Seminar Report Word Document PDF document Luc Soete Presentation ICT and the new Regional Economy Chris Horn Presentation Dublin as a Knowledge City Ireland as a Knowledge Enterprise Simon Nugent Digital

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/think2.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Dublin Employment Pact Some areas of this site remain under construction please come back and visit again soon to get the information you require on the topic you have chosen

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    hard and soft skills Devised and delivered equality and diversity training modules Trained trainers to deliver training Achievements to Date As of June 2004 the South Dublin Public Sector Site had Carried out an audit of the work undertaken by and competences required for Clerical Officer positions at entry level grade i e Grade 3 see Publications This jobs analysis was carried out in conjunction with Dublin City Council and under the guidance of the Local Appointments Commission Based on the findings of this report both local authorities have developed a more open recruitment process based more on the competences needed than particular educational qualifications Since this report was prepared the Department of the Environment Local Government and Heritage has issued a Ministerial Order changing the recruitment criteria for Clerical Officers The EQUAL Technical Support Structure WRC Social and Economic Consultants is currently liaising with both local authorities and the Local Government Management Services Board to establish the feasibility of distributing this jobs analysis competency framework to all local authorities as a national recruitment tool for entry level Clerical Officers Carried out research into the skill development and progression of participants on the Community Employment CE government scheme see Publications Focus groups facilitated by Phyllis Murphy were held with CE Supervisors and CE participants based in South Dublin County Council in 2003 Amongst several recommendations made was one that a period of work experience be provided for CE participants A meeting to progress the matter and review the findings and recommendations of the research report was held in October 2003 with South Dublin County Council CE supervisors and members of the Equal at Work South Dublin Public Sector Site advisory group Following on from this meeting several CVÕs were submitted to South Dublin County Council by VE participants To date

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    entry and progression difficulties The work of the Site will support the whole sector to move towards greater awareness of and commitment to a diverse equal workforce Achieving the objectives of this Site will involve conducting an audit on entry level jobs which will allow an examination of current skills and competencies qualifications required for such posts and will lead to an examination of systems for competency assessment highlight models of good alternative inclusive practice working with the HR recruitment personnel to construct alternative ways to assess competencies qualifications for entry level employees and identifying current jobs held by CE participants on Community Employment CE and Jobs Initiative JI government sponsored employment schemes and tracking their progression into employment proper and through this identifying barriers to progression Partners Involved Partners involved in this site include Tallaght Hospital South Dublin County Council Tallaght Partnership Tallaght LES Tallaght Welfare Society National Training and Development Institute NTDI Eastern Vocational Enterprises SIPTU IMPACT PARTAS FÁS Desired Outputs The South Dublin Public Sector Site hopes to have Carried out an audit in consultation with the Dublin City Public Sector Site of entry level jobs in public sector organisations with competencies required defined Outlined alternatives systems

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Sector Site hopes to have Developed and demonstrated new models mechanisms which support open human resource development and progression Job Rotation FIT Piloted Job Rotation with manufacturing and or distribution companies located in North Dublin to see how its ideas work in practice with Irish private sector companies Identified and effected policy change in human resource practices and policies in the Job Rotation companies and other private sector organisations involved in this Site Worked with DCU to understand if it is possible for graduates of the FIT programme who subsequently found employment but found their progression options limited can find a way to return to education and gain a third level educational qualification Delivered diversity and equality awareness training in the workplace Achievements to Date As of June 2004 the Private Sector Site had Developed and piloted an Irish model of JobRotation in two private sector companies Ð Keelings Distribution Ltd and FreshWays Kerry Group A relatively new concept these were the first such programmes to be piloted in the private sector in Ireland As a result of both JobRotations 16 unemployed people were given job placements 10 of these were offered full time employment at the end of the Rotations and 40 existing company staff were up skilled On the basis of the success rate of these two pilots Equal at Work believes that the JobRotation model has significant potential in Ireland A submission has been made to the Department of Enterprise Trade and Employment seeking funding to carry out further pilots and identify relevant learning which could be mainstreamed into national labour market policy Examined progression routes for Fastrack into Technology FIT graduates to third level qualifications A survey of FIT graduates was carried out in Spring 2003 regarding what type of progression options they would favour The

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Job Centre The Linkage Programme Fingal Community Forum SIPTU Dublin Inner City Partnership Southside Partnership Rural Dublin LEADER Company FÁS IMPACT ICTU South Inner City Community Development Association SICCDA Merchant s Quay Ireland Desired Outputs The Community Voluntary Sector Site hope to have Identified models of good practice on access and progression into the voluntary and community sector in Ireland Produced codes of practice in relation to the above including feeding into the development of a module on a National College of Ireland NCI course aimed at organisations in the community and voluntary sector Delivered workshops with managers and voluntary management committees in relation to good practice in access progression through the NCI course Carried out a comparative audit which defines community and voluntary sector employment conditions and salaries in comparison to equivalent workers in the public sector Reviewed the different relationships which exist between community and voluntary organisations and government departments and identified good practice in this regard Liaised with the Community Pillar Community Platform of the social partnership agreement and held meetings with Government Departments to discuss the above issues Achievements to Date As of June 2004 the Community Voluntary Sector Site had Carried out two pieces of research which were published in 2004 see Publications A summary report of the two pieces of research has also been published These reports gave the Project an insight into the day to day HR practices in Community Voluntary organisations the various funding and accountability mechanisms in operation and how these impact on the organisations Lobbied various agencies to secure the implementation of the recommendations emerging from the research e g SIPTU ATGWU IMPACT Community Pillar White Paper Unit of the Dept of Community Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs etc and mainstreaming the findings Highlighted the issues facing the Community Voluntary Sector

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