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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Dublin Employment Pact Local Development Organisations Partnerships Enterprise Boards Local Employment Services Other local development and community organisations

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Irish Congress of Trade Unions I C T U Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed I N O U Northside Employers Network SIPTU South Dublin Chamber of Commerce Small Firms Association S F A Dublin employers involved in recent projects Meteor Mobile Communications plc Eircom plc Jakobs Fruitfield plc Irish Life and Permanent plc EBS Building Society Jury s Custom House Inn Health Service Executive St James s Hospital Stewart

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Department of Education and Science Department of Justice Probation Service Department of Social and Family Affairs Department of the Taoiseach Department of Enterprise Trade and Employment Drug Rehabilitation Unit Drugs Task Force Dublin Docklands Development Authority

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    C D Ballyfermot Senior College Collinstown Park Community College National Training and Development Institute N T D I Gandon Enterprises Ltd Trainers Network FÁS The Employment and Training Service Dublin Institute of Technology D I T Institute of Technology Tallaght

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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
    therefore essential that key organisations in each of the three labour market sectors form the core of the partnership due to its size and complexity this DP took almost two years to establish The partners involved in this DP now include statutory agencies local authorities trade unions employer organisations partnership companies training institutions community organisations and local development agencies Local Authorities Dublin City Council South Dublin County Council Statutory Agencies Dublin City Enterprise Board DCEB Local Government Management Services Board LGSMB Dept of Social and Family Affairs Trade Unions Irish Congress of Trade Unions ICTU IMPACT SIPTU Employers and employer organisations Small Firms Association SFA South Dublin Chamber of Commerce Gandon Enterprises Rehab Tallaght Hospital Keeling s Distribution Ltd Dublin Port Company Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed INOU Northside Business Network Local Partnership Type Companies Tallaght Partnership Northside Partnership Clondalkin Partnership Dublin Inner City Partnership Finglas Cabra Partnership Blanchardstown Area Partnership KWCD Partnership Southside Partnership Rural Dublin LEADER Company Ballymun Job Centre Tallaght LES Training institutions organisations National Training and Development Institute NTDI Irish Management Institute IMI Dublin City University DCU FÁS head office FIT Fastrack into Technology Ltd National College of Ireland NCI Eastern Vocational Enterprise Ltd EVE

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    through equal at Work appeared in a 4 page Special Report of the Irish Times on 24 th May 2004 Equal at Work has had a major impact bringing about many substantial changes and developments changing national policy on recruitment for entry level jobs in local authorities to a competency based format and developing tools to assist workers avail of interview and lifelong learning opportunities piloting intercultural workteams in public hospitals implementing equality reviews of HR practices and HR diversity action plans in several large private companies and health sector organisations piloting new HR software tools leading the reform of HR practices in the community sector through increased trade union organisation and employer networking interaction with government funding policies and developing online HR tools piloting the employment of members of the travelling community in both outdoor and clerical workteams in local authorities Equal at Work Project Building an Irish labour market based on equality and diversity View project final report Project actions and Partners Equal at Work The fifteen project actions Members of the Equal at Work Management Committee and of the Public Private Health and Community Sector Clusters Partner organisations involved in Equal at Work Transnational partnerships Dublin Belfast Cooperation Under Equal at Work Round 1 2001 04 several joint meetings were held involving representatives of the local authorities the community sector employment services and of public and private sector HR managers from the two cities This cooperation was continued and further developed through the cooperation agreement between Equal at Work and the Belfast Equal project Women into non traditional employment WINS See below Publications and Seminars InterFAIR Equal Partnership Continuing its tradition of linking with comparable cities across the EU DEP established a transnational partnership with partnerships of local authorities public and private sectors in the cities of Nuremberg Budapest and Madrid and with the training partnership of the Solidarnosc trade union in the Olzstyn region of northern Poland Exchanges between cities focused on meetings of experts site visits by practitioners and policy makers and meetings between partners Trade unionists HR managers and other representatives from the public private health and community sectors too part in all exchanges Special Interest Groups shared good practices and the outcomes of some of these have been published Further exchange programmes have been agreed with all partners under further project headings notably in the areas of employment policy sexual trafficking neighbourhood regeneration etc Seminar papers and presentations Recognising Diversity How four companies have built on business success through diversity strategies Clarion Hotel 1 st October 2007 Diversity Matters Mainstreaming the outcomes of the Equal at Work Project in the Health Service Royal Hospital Kilmainham 14 th May 2007 Launch of the Employers Resource Bureau for the Community Sector Croke Park 17 th April 2007 Opening Pathways to Employment for members of the Travelling Community Mainstreaming Seminar Tullamore 26 th March 2007 InterFAIR Partnership Dublin Nuremberg Madrid Budapest Olzstyn Uniting the Community Sector and the Trade Unions Liberty Hall Nov 2006 Managing Diversity

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    decided to target the HR systems and practices in each to develop modules for reform and change On the basis of these initial meetings the DEP began to draw together a forum of relevant organisations agencies and other bodies committed to changing HR practices and work cultures in the three sectors of the Dublin labour market see Project Partners with a view to building a more equal open and inclusive labour market The rationale of this Project is based on the understanding that many current HR policies are contributing to labour market exclusion in particular rigid and irrelevant recruitment criteria lack of supportive recruitment and induction processes lack of provision for special needs lack of flexible and family friendly working policies outdated HR staff training unimaginative lifelong learning opportunities and progression paths and insufficient knowledge of equality legislation The Equal at Work Project aims to pilot new HR modules across the three sectors of the Dublin economy so as to make employment and in work progression more accessible and inclusive It falls under the Adaptability Pillar of EQUAL and focuses on the barriers to inclusion within the recruitment and progression aspects of current HR practices Introducing flexibility in these HR

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