- Free recruitment and employment service
- Database of skilled jobseekers
- Access to a committed, local work force
- On-going support from a professional team of Job Coaches
- Advice on employment grants and supports
Employment Grants and Supports
The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection provides a range of employment supports aimed at helping people with a disability to obtain and retain employment.
Job Interview - Interpreter Grant
Grant for an interpreter to accompany a person with a speech or hearing impairment to a job interview.
Employee Retention Grant Scheme
The purpose of the Employee Retention Grant Scheme is to assist employers to retain employees who acquire an illness, condition or impairment which impacts on their ability to carry out their job.
Wage Subsidy Scheme
Financial incentive to employers to encourage them to employ people with a disability.
Disability Awareness Support Scheme
Grants to employers to assist with the cost of disability awareness training.
EMPLOYER EXPERIENCE OF THE EMPLOYABILITY SERVICE
In a published Indecon International Consultants report (2016) prepared for the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, one thousand two hundred employers were surveyed:
The report states: “98% of the employers agreed that EmployAbility enabled their organisations to play a role in supporting people with a disability and 96% agreed that EmployAbility made it easier for their organisation to support the transition of people with disabilities into their own workforce. 90% of employers agreed that the EmployAbility Service delivered on their overall expectations”
Get in Touch
Have a chat with one of our Job Coaches and see the range of services we offer to Employers and Jobseekers.
EmployAbility Services are funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection
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