Promoting lifelong learning and inclusive" work practices which encourage the recruitment and retention of those suffering discrimination and inequality in connection with the labour market
This priority aims to enhance equal opportunities for disadvantaged people within the labour market through promoting, on the one hand, inclusive" work practices and flexible forms of employment and assigning new functions to already existing organisations or creating new forms of work organisation. On the other hand, the priority will support testing new ways to improve the adaptability of disadvantaged people, including low-skilled workers, people working in declining industrial sectors, older workers, by promoting their access to training and re-training, with special regard to the development basic competencies (e.g. literacy, communication, etc.) and ICT skills indispensable in the information society. To encourage the recruitment and retention of disadvantaged people by enterprises, developing and adapting inclusive" human resources policies will be supported.
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