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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Research Become a Member Make a Donation Job Vacancies Meet our Patron Find Your Local Service OPEN DOOR FOR EMPLOYERS Open Door makes good business sense There are many reasons why it makes good business sense to promote and develop inclusive recruitment and workplace practices for your business Here are just a few Promote and encourage an inclusive workplace A diverse workforce promotes creativity fosters innovation and increases staff morale and productivity Access a pool of highly motivated and reliable potential employees A job coach a trained employment and disability professional carries out intensive vocational profiling with the jobseeker and carefully assesses each individual employer s requirements to make a good recruitment match Reduced recruitment costs The services of your local supported employment agency are free Reduced recruitment risks The job coach provides on going support and will continue to work with employers and employees to ensure the match is a success Enhance your company s reputation in the community Businesses which demonstrate fair business practices and give back to their communities earn the continued loyalty of their customers and win more new customers Reach out to a wider range of customers People with disabilities in Ireland have a potential

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/opendoor/open_door_committee.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    employment opportunities for people with disabilities Benefits for jobseekers For jobseekers with disabilities the services of your local supported employment agency could offer many benefits Here are just a few The opportunity to earn a wage A key priority of supported employment is that people with disabilities have equal employment rights and are fairly paid for their labour Independence and social inclusion Earning a wage can lead to increased independence and inclusion through expressing your ability and being rewarded for your contribution to society Socialise and meet new people Having a job is a great way to meet new people network and socialise Good mental well being Numerous studies have shown employment plays an important role in promoting positive mental well being Increased self confidence Having a job may lead to improved self confidence as your ability and skills are recognised and valued The free services of a job coach A job coach is a trained and experienced employment and disability professional who works one to one with jobseekers and employers Some of the areas in which a job coach may be of assistance include Support in identifying your career goals skills and abilities Help with CV and interview preparation

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/opendoor/open_door_area.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    model called supported employment Guest speakers One of the guest speakers will be Olwen Dawe of Irish Business Intelligence an experienced communicator and advisor who works with SMEs during growth and development phases The breakfast seminar is one of 24 events taking place over two years to promote inclusion at work to employers across the BMW region The events are part of a project called Open Door Ideas Open Door is an initiative by the Irish Association of Supported Employment It is a Disability Activation Project co funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund Human Capital Investment Operation Programme 2007 2013 and the Irish Government through the Department of Social Protection and Pobal Mayo Ideas Week kicks off on September 16 and runs until September 20 It is a week long series of idea generation entrepreneurship and business events hosted by the development and enterprise support agencies and organisations in Co Mayo Register Admission to this and all events during Mayo Ideas Week is free To register for this event email opendoor iase ie or phone Margaret Halloran IASE employment development officer on 086 7910402 June 28 2013 Minister Hogan launches new project to open doors for jobseekers with disabilities across the BMW region Minister Phil Hogan TD is pictured at the launch of the Open Door project in Carrick on Shannon with employment development officers Geraldine Grady and Margaret Halloran and IASE national board member Dermot Cunningham A new project to engage with employers across the Border Midlands West BMW region and increase the number of people with disabilities working in the open labour market was launched today June 28 2013 by Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan TD Open Door is an initiative by the Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE It aims to support

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/opendoor/open_door_events.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Job Shadow Day sponsored by IrishJobs ie is a great opportunity to promote and encourage an inclusive workplace Jobseekers gain an insight into a particular job or professional field by joining up for the day with a business in their community Participants explore the world of work by shadowing someone in the workplace as they go about their normal working routine Last year saw a record breaking number of companies organisations and government departments taking part resulting in new experience gained for 462 jobseekers and no less than 27 job placements Sign up now to take part in the success of Job Shadow Day 2014 on Wednesday 9th of April Read the full how to Guide to Job Shadow Day 2014 here Sign up now to take part in Job Shadow Day 2014 Supported Employment Organisation Participation Form Employers Participation Form Jobseekers Participation Form Government Department Placement Form 2014 Job Shadow Day 2014 Leaflet PDF 2MB Job Shadow Day 2014 Poster PDF 2MB Job Shadow for employers Job Shadow Day is your opportunity to promote and encourage an inclusive workplace Explore the concept of supported employment and learn more about the model for just one day Demonstrate your commitment to equal employment opportunities Be a champion of social justice in your community Access a pool of potential employees Get new customers People with disabilities in Ireland have a potential spending power of 3 3 billion Take part in Job Shadow 2014 Apply here Jobseekers Gain an insight into a particular job or professional field Network and meet new people Learn more about job requirements and employers expectations Identify and explore employment opportunities in your community Learn more about the businesses in your community Take part in Job Shadow 2014 Apply here Disability services Learn more about your clients interests skills

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/job_shadow/jsi_2014.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    through your local supported employment agency find a local service here apply online or contact the IASE directly Appoint a Job Shadow Day workplace coordinator or take on this role yourself The coordinator will work with the job coach a trained and experienced disability and employment professional who will manage the planning and support the employer for Job Shadow Day The IASE will send you a pack full of great promotional material which you can display in your place of business to let your employees and customers know you are a supporter of equal employment opportunities and you are taking part in Job Shadow Day 2014 Read the full Job Shadow How To Guide here For jobseekers Express your interest in taking part in Job Shadow Day either through your local supported employment agency find a local service here apply online or contact the IASE directly A job coach will be in touch Using best practice guidelines in supported employment they will discuss your career goals and assess your training and skills The job coach will work with you and an employer to find a suitable Job Shadow Day match Elaine Russell supported by Drumlin House Training Centre Step Right

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/job_shadow/jsi_2012.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    took part in Job Shadow Day in 2012 at Pauric Newman Menswear Castlerea Co Roscommon Following Job Shadow Day John was offered part time employment at the store and has worked there since then Watch John s story in this short video We formed a good bond and I think we make a good team Pauric Newman employer Karen and David Employee David Aggio Employer Karen Frawley Furever Pets Roscommon

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/job_shadow/Success-stories.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    SECTION About Job Shadow Day Job Shadow 2015 Job Shadow 2014 Job Shadow 2013 Taking part Success stories Participating employers Participating organisations National Supported Employment Week Job Shadow in the news Latest News Job Shadow Open Door Best Practice Awards Become a Member Make a Donation Find Your Local Service PARTICIPATING ORGANISATIONS If you are a participating organisation please send us your logo and we will be proud to display

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/job_shadow/participating_organisations.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Week and the highlight of the week Job Shadow Day takes place each April to raise awareness about the skills and abilities of people with a disability throughout Ireland Census figures indicate people with disabilities are just half as likely to be at work as the rest of the general working age population Over one third of people with a disability who are not at work would be interested in a job if the circumstances and right supports were in place This figure is still higher almost two thirds for young adults with disabilities The IASE believes everyone has the right to work express their ability and take part fully in Irish society To support National Supported Employment Week you can Tell your family friends and colleagues about the campaign Provide a placement in your company or place of work allowing a person with a disability to shadow you throughout your daily working routine If you know a person with a disability who would like to work you can let them know about National Supported Employment Week and Job Shadow Day If you know an employer that may like to participate you can put them in contact with the IASE

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/pages/job_shadow/nat_supported_employment_week.html (2016-02-07)
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