Ordinance On The Trials In The Field Of Employment

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om forsøg på beskæftigelsesområdet

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The full text of the ordonnance on trials in the field of employment

Pursuant to section 116 of the Act on an active employment efforts, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 990 by 12. September 2014, and § 110, paragraph 1, of the Act on active social policy, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1193 by 13. November 2014, be established under the authority: Extended early-warning efforts



§ 1. The employment Minister has given permission for all job centres may derogate from the requirements of section 102, paragraph 3, of the Act on an active employment efforts to, when there is greater redundancy, so that in the notice period as attempts to offer employees job search courses for up to 2 weeks and grant towards the costs of upgrading, including in-service training for up to 8 weeks, when dismissal covers at least 50% of the employees at a work place with at least 20 employees.

(2). The trial period will run from the 8. April 2009 up to and including 31 December 2002. December 2015.

Job rotation for persons with long higher education



§ 2. The employment Minister has given permission for all job centres through out experiments, in which case the segment in section 98 (a), paragraph 4, of the Act on an active employment efforts extended by employees with a long-term higher education.

(2). The experiment involves a derogation of the segment in section 98 (a), paragraph 4, of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(3). The trial period runs from the 1. January 2013 to 31 December 2006. December 2014.

Experiments with job interviews in selected a-boxes



§ 3. The employment Minister has given permission for the carried out trials with contact form and content in jobsamtalerne in the individual contacts to be carried out under section 15 of the Act on an active employment efforts for persons covered by section 2, nr. 1, when a municipality has entrusted the task of organising job interviews for an unemployment fund, which is participating in the trial» the good conversation ', see. section 1 of the Ordinance on the trials and development activities in accordance with the law on unemployment insurance, etc.

(2). The study addresses the academic, Health organisations, the unemployment fund, Danish Officials and officials ' public unemployment insurance fund, unemployment fund, Christian NNF's Food related unemployment insurance fund, unemployment fund and Magistrenes leaders in the unemployment fund.

(3). The study implies that job interviews under section 16, section 17 and section 19 of the Act on an active employment efforts of unemployment insurance fund must hold with an available Member under an unpaid cooperation agreement with one or more municipalities, may be held within the framework laid down for trying the ' good conversation ' in section 1, paragraphs 3 to 12 of the ordonnance on trials and development activities in accordance with the law on unemployment insurance, etc.

(4). Experimental permit involves a derogation from: 1) section 16 (1) and section 17 of the Act on an active employment efforts, after which there are established requirements for jobsamtalernes content to the contact form for the talks, and 2) section 33 of the Executive order on an active employment efforts, after which set out requirements for the individual jobsamtales content.

(5). The trial period will run from the 5. March 2012 to the 30. June 2015.

Equity requirement – early retirees employed with wage subsidies



§ 4. The employment Minister has given permission for all job centres will conduct trials, after which the regional employment councils prior to employment in public and private enterprises of persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 6, at the request of the municipality may derogate from the requirement that there must be a reasonable relationship between the number of employees without the wage subsidy and the number of employees with wage subsidies after chapter 12 as well as persons in the traineeship after chapter 11.

(2). It is a condition of the derogation referred to in paragraph 1, that the company can show that the hiring process can help to obtain or maintain employment. The company must explain adequately how to fulfill the purpose of the offer. There must be the subject of a written statement from the employer and an employee representative that there is consensus on this.

(3). Experimental permit involves a derogation from: 1) section 62 of the Act on an active employment efforts, whereby, in the private as well as public companies must be a reasonable relationship between the number of employees without the wage subsidy and the number of employees with wage subsidies after chapter 12 as well as persons in the traineeship after chapter 11.

2) section 83 (1) of the Ordinance on an active employment efforts, after which the number of employees with wage subsidies in accordance with Chapter 12 and the number of persons in the traineeship after chapter 11 maximum must provide 1 adult for every 5 ordinary employees, if the firm has 50 employees, however, always ‑ 0 1 person, and in addition, 1 person for every 10 ordinary employees.

3) section 83, paragraph 3, of the Executive order on an active employment efforts, after which the restriction in paragraph 83, paragraph 1, may be waived in the case of employment in public enterprises by persons covered by paragraph 1, nr. 6, when the company can show that the hiring process can help to obtain or maintain employment, the company must explain adequately how to fulfill the purpose of the offer, as well as that which must be the subject of a written statement from the employer and an employee representative that there is consensus on this.

(4). The trial period runs from the 1. October 2013 to 31 December 2006. December 2015 Study time trial co-ordinators to young single parents receiving educational help



§ 5. The employment Minister has given permission for all municipalities to carry out experiments, in which young lone parents receiving educational assistance under section 23, paragraph 2, no. 1, of the Act on active social policy, gets right to the mentoring support in the form of a start of study coordinator in order to get a stable connection with education.

(2). The right to a Studio starts Coordinator arises from the time when the young people are admitted to the degree programme based on a training cold cuts, and the whole of the first year of training. The municipality must, as part of the attempt to allocate a minimum of 10 hours of support during the first year of training. If the municipality estimates that the young need a start of study coordinator in addition to the first year in order to ensure a stable association with the Studio, the municipality may extend the period of support from a Studio starts Coordinator.

(3). It is a condition that results in written agreement between the municipality and the person who gets the aid, and the agreement must comply with the requirements of section 31 c of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(4). Experimental permit involves a derogation from section 31 b, paragraph 1, of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(5). The trial period runs from the 15. January 2014 to 31 December 2006. December 2016.

Danish education and frequent conversations



§ 6. Persons who are covered by section 2, nr. 1-3, 12 and 13, of the Act on an active employment efforts that have had legal residence in Denmark in less than the past 5 years, which has a brief attachment to the Danish labour market, and have poor Danish knowledge, must have an intensified conversation courses and participate in the labour market oriented Danish lessons, see. However, paragraph 7.

(2). The job centre is investigating in connection with the first conversation, see. § § 19, nr. 1 and 2, 20 and 20 (a), of the Act on an active employment efforts, if a person is covered by paragraph 1. The job centre is examining the employment rate, see. paragraph 3 and refer the person to the Danish linguistic visitation. The assessment follows the procedure for visitation to the Danish education after notice of Danish education for adult foreigners and others.

(3). . By cards linked to the Danish labour market means extraordinary work in Denmark in less than 12 months within the last 3 years.

(4). Poor Danish language skills are defined in accordance with the principles of the construction of labour directed Danish lessons after the announcement about the Danish education for adult foreigner and others. If the result of the Danish language visitation shows that a person's knowledge of Danish is at level A1/A2 after that announcement, there is talk about poor Danish language skills (see illustration in annex 3 of the order), and the job centre must give the person offer oriented Danish classes, see. (6).

(5). For persons covered by paragraph 1, expanded the number of conversations after chapter 7 of the Act on an active employment efforts in such a way that after the initial conversation, held talks at the latest every time the person in a month have received public support services or participated in offers of employment with wage subsidies after chapter 12.

(6). Persons covered by paragraph 1 has, as soon as possible, the right and the duty to participate in the labour market oriented Danish lessons. This right and duty are in addition to the right and the duty to offer after chapter 16 of the Act on an active employment efforts. Labour market oriented Danish lessons have to be organised under the terms of the offer, which the person, moreover, have the right and the duty to participate in.


(7). The job centre can after a concrete assessment exempt persons covered by section 2, nr. 3 and 13, of the Act on an active employment efforts, from purvey oriented Danish lessons, if the job centre on the basis of a social academic assessment estimates that he is not able to participate in the labour market oriented Danish lessons. In addition, the job centre exempt persons covered by paragraph 1, which has previously carried out Danish lessons at a level equivalent to A1/A2 level or higher.

§ 7. Trials after § 6 entails a derogation from §§ 17, 18 and 85, 87, 88, 92 and 96 (b) of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(2). The job centre at the earliest conversation must assess whether individuals covered by § 2, nr. 1-3, 12 and 13, of the Act on an active employment efforts, and as at the date of entry into force of the first conversation with the job centre, has been covered by the target group of the study.

(3). Frikommuner, who carried out experiments with the individual contact course after notice of a frikommune attempt at employment and health dagpengeområdet are not subject to the provisions of § 6 of experiments with Danish education and frequent conversations.

(4). The trial period runs from 1. October 2014, up to and including 1. October 2016.

(5). People who know the experimental period has commenced a course under section 6, paragraph 6, hereby continues after expiration of trial period.

Empowerment



§ 8. The employment Minister has given permission for that job centres in the following municipalities participating in experiments with empowerment and the good resource gradients: 1) Ballerup.

2) the island of Bornholm.

3) Brønderslev.

4) Esbjerg.

5) Fredensborg.

6 Frederikshavn).

7) Faaborg-Midtfyn.

8) Gentofte.

9) Count.

10) Haderslev.

11) Hedensted.

12) Horsens.

13) Jammer Bay.

14) in Kalundborg.

15) Kolding.

16) Copenhagen.

17) Lolland.

18) Lyngby-Taarbæk.

19) middelfart.

20) norddjurs.

21) Næstved.

22) shutters.

23) Randers.

24) Silkeborg.

25) Disc.

26) Slagelse.

27) Stevns.

28) in Svendborg.

29) Sønderborg.

30) Trinidad and Tobago.

31) Vordingborg.

32) Aalborg.

(2). The job centre can pick out individuals who receive social assistance, educational assistance or resource gradient performance, for the experiment. The person can then elect to participate.

(3). Experimental authorization involves the following: 1) To the job centre in advance of submission of tenders after chapter 9 (b) – 12 of the Act on active employment efforts may fail to draw up a job plan, see. section 29 of the Act, to a cash benefit receiving, as a participant in the experiment, and which has been drawn up an action plan as part of the experiment.

2) To recipients and training aid recipients who are participating in the trial, are exempted from the right and the duty to offer after chapter 17 and 17A of the Act on active employment efforts.

3) To persons who are participating in the trial (a), irrespective of the provision in section 13, paragraph 5, of the Act on active social policy can retain the right to cash benefit or educational help, even if the person does not accept a reasonable offer in accordance with the Act on an active employment efforts or not participating in a literacy and numeracy test.

4) that the municipality notwithstanding the provisions in section 36, paragraph 1, of the Act on active social policy cannot make a reduction in aid to persons who are participating in the trial, and who without reasonable cause fails to appear for an offer after the Act on an active employment efforts.

5) To aid notwithstanding the provisions of section 41, paragraph 1, of the Act on active social policy cannot be brought to an end as a result of a person as a participant in the experiment: a) without reasonable cause refuses offer after the Act on an active employment efforts, or b) without reasonable cause has repeated no-shows from an offer after the Act on an active employment efforts.

6) that the municipality notwithstanding the provisions of § 69 b, paragraph 1, of the Act on active social policy cannot make a deduction of resource allowance for persons who attend the gradient in the trial, and who without reasonable cause refuses or fails to appear for an offer after the Act on an active employment efforts.

7) To resource gradient performance notwithstanding the provisions of § 69 e of Act on active social policy cannot be brought to an end as a result of the fact that a person who is participating in the trial, repeatedly without reasonable cause refuses or fails to appear for deals after the Act on an active employment efforts.

(4). Experimental permit involves a derogation from the following: 1) section 29 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

2) Chapter 17 and 17A of the Act on an active employment efforts.

3) section 13, paragraph 5, of the Act on active social policy.

4) section 36, paragraph 1, article 41, paragraph 1, section 69 (b) (1) and § 69 e of Act on active social policy.

(5). The trial period runs from 1. October 2014 to 30. September 2016.

Date of entry into force of



§ 9. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2015.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 1241 of 25. November 2014 about experiments in the field of employment.

Agency for labour market and recruitment, the 23. December 2014 Morten Binds/Kristjan Gundsø Jensen

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