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Overview The Netherlands. VSZOSZ conference June 22 2011 Budapest Leo Kooyman NL. 1)The Netherlands basic info. Inhabitants : 16 million Unemployment rate : 4,5\% National minimum wage : 1416€ / month

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overview the netherlands

OverviewThe Netherlands

VSZOSZ conference

June 22 2011 Budapest

Leo Kooyman NL

1 the netherlands basic info
1)The Netherlandsbasic info
  • Inhabitants : 16 million
  • Unemploymentrate : 4,5%
  • National minimum wage: 1416€ / month
  • National assistance : 656 / 1313 month (fam)
  • Special act shelteredemployment 100.000 pwd
  • Municipalities are obliged to take care of:

- sheltered / supportedemployment (wsw)

- nationalassistancebenefits (wwb )

- provisionsforp.w.d. / home / care/ transport

  • Municipalities are the shareholders of the companies

KOOYMAN AdvieSWerk

2 the netherlands sheltered supported act wsw
2)The Netherlandssheltered & supported act ( wsw )
  • Targetgroup: disadvantagep.w.dforregularlabourmarket, withstillcapacities >15%
  • Selectioncommittee
  • 100.000 employed 20.000 at waiting list
  • 95 executiveorganizations
  • 40% inside workshops, 30 % facilitary services, 30% in secundment and subsidised jobs
  • Wages= normal. No relationwithproductivity
  • Average wage: 125 % of the Nat. Min. Wage
  • 30% physically -, 30% mentally-, 40 % psychicallydisabled
  • Average subsidy 70% of the totalcost ( wages)
  • Fulltime job = 36 h/w 25.ooo p/pwd

KOOYMAN AdvieSWerk

3 the netherlands companies
3) The Netherlandscompanies
  • Doing more thanonlyWsw

100.000 wsw,

25.000 training and preparation (temporary)

  • Staff 1:10
  • Cooperationswithregularcompanies
  • Joint ventures
  • Wellequiped, modern, professional staff, compatative, enterprenurial
4 d evelopments
4) Developments
  • Starts in 1969, declaration system
  • Restyled 1989 budgetsystem, targets
  • Restyled 1998 2 balancedlegislations

a) shelteredempl b) long unemployed

  • Restyled 2005 Pressingontransistions and

supportedemployment

  • No quota system
  • “ no risk” arrangement foremployers ( p.w.d)
4 discrepantion
4) Discrepantion
  • 100.000 +20.000 WSwwaiting list

( 125% wage)

  • 50.000 / 100.000 youngdisabledjobseekers

( max 70-85 % income)

  • 100.000 in Nat assistance program( WWB)

( 80%)

5 i deas
5)Ideas
  • New goverment, financialproblems
  • Create a newapproach:

“workdueyourcapacity” in regularwork

for all people at the lower part of the labourmarket, butfor the realpwd a separetelaw

  • Combination of incomebased at productivity and incomefrom nat assistence ( max 100%)
6 debate
6)Debate
  • Municipalities want to have onegenerallaw
  • Do notchange the model and cut the subsidy
  • Extra budget fortranformation ( 400mln ?)
  • Respect the rights of the oldpopulation
  • How to convincedemployers
  • NL , noquoata system, nonondiscrimination
7 principle questions
7)Principlequestions
  • Is a jobseekerwith a disabilityequal to a long time unemployedperson
  • Ifyouchangesystemshow to deal withrightsand lifelong garanties
  • Are employerslookingforpwdorforcheaplabour ( Poland, Romania)
  • Enterprises want to have the possibilities:

a) secundmentagainstownemployment

b) to place orders/ contracts

c) to beservedbyspecialised providers

8 un convention pwd
8) UN conventionpwd
  • Equalrights
  • Normalincome
  • Employersrights / tradeunions
  • Development of skills / training
  • Doingnormalwork / products/services
the end
The end
  • Q & A
  • Thankyouforyourattention
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