Ordinance On The Organization And Support Of Employment Efforts, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om organisering og understøttelse af beskæftigelsesindsatsen m.v.

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Employment-oriented tasks in accordance with the Act on active social policy





Chapter 2



Use of logo, etc.





Chapter 3



Under the direction of the regional employment Councils about application of traineeship, utility work and wage subsidies





Chapter 4



The regional labour market Council tasks by derogation from equity requirement for utility action





Chapter 5



The regional employment councils, including the regional employment councils on Bornholm





Chapter 6



The use of the central pool for a special employment efforts





Chapter 7



JobNet





Chapter 8



Entry into force, etc.





Annex 1



Public and private posts in Jobnet



The full text of the Ordinance on the Organization and support of employment efforts, etc.

Pursuant to § 3, STK. 4, section 8, paragraph 1, article 26, paragraph 2, article 27, paragraph 2, section 30, paragraph 2, section 31, paragraph 3, and section 52 of the Act No. 1482 of 23. December 2014 if the organisation and support of employment efforts, etc., and section 50 of the Act on an active active employment efforts, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 990 by 12. September 2014, and after negotiation with the KL fixed under the authority: Chapter 1 the employment-oriented tasks in accordance with the Act on active social policy employment efforts in job centres



§ 1. The employment efforts in job centres includes the following tasks: 1) tasks according to the Act on an active employment efforts.

2) Employment-oriented tasks of the public and businesses in accordance with the Act on active social policy, Act on sickness benefits and the Integration Act.

3) law on compensation to disabled people in the profession, etc.

Guidance and follow-up, etc.



§ 2. The job centre carries out the following tasks for a person who is covered by the Act on active social policy: 1) guidance on the possibilities of getting employment targeted assistance, including instructions about how the person as far as possible, by their own means can cope with immediate or future economic problems, see. section 7 of the Act on active social policy.

2) Treatment and assessment of applications and the issue of employment directed help, see. section 8 of the Act on an active social policy.

3) follow-up after section 10 of the law on active social policy in respect of the employment-oriented measures help to ensure that the conditions for providing aid continue to be fulfilled, including the assessment of whether there is a basis for providing other forms of assistance, etc.

Education and recipients



§ 3. The job centre carries out the following tasks for a person applying for or receiving training or cash benefit: 1) Assistance in connection with the person's registration and de-registration as a job-seeker if he or she is applying for or receiving social assistance as jobparat or educational use as blatantly educational readiness, cf. section 8 a of the Act on active social policy.

2) Assessment of whether the applicant and any spouse or partner has a reasonable offer of work and actively seeking to exploit their educational or work opportunities, IE. is available, see. § § 13-13 (c) of the Act on an active social policy.

3) Option to the part of the municipal administration who shall pay the benefit of sanctions in accordance with Chapter 4 of the Act on active social policy, if the conditions are met, unless the municipality has organised the distribution of tasks different, see. section 35, paragraph 6, of the Act on active social policy.

Recipients of unemployment benefit



§ 4. The job centre carries out the following tasks for a person who is deemed eligible for Flex, and who receive unemployment allowance in accordance with the provisions of §§ 74 a-74 (e) of the Act on active social policy: 1) Continuous follow-up on whether the person meets the conditions set out in paragraph 74 (b) availability, (1) and § § 75-77 b of the Act on active social policy, as well as option to the part of the local government, which pays the allowance, on penalties, etc. If the conditions are met.

2) Revisitation, when a person has received unemployment allowance for 12 months within 18 months, and every time the person has received unemployment allowance for 12 months within 18 months, see. section 74 (c) of the Act on an active social policy.

§ 5. For a person who has been entitled to unemployment benefit or have been employed in Flex, but later released for recruitment into unsubsidised jobs and then receive unemployment allowance in accordance with the provisions of §§ 74 f-74 (h) of the Act on active social policy, follows up ongoing job centre on whether the recipient fulfils the conditions referred to in section 74 (g) occupancy, paragraphs 1 to 4, of the Act on active social policy, as well as sets for the part of the municipal administration who pays the allowance, on penalties, etc., if the conditions are met.

Rehabilitation



§ 6. The job centre carries out the following tasks for a person who applies for or is receiving rehabilitation treatment: 1) Visitation to rehabilitation, including preliminary, see. sections 46 and 47 of the Act on active social policy.

2) organisation of rehabilitation period, including on rehabilitation benefit may be granted for more than 5 years, see. section 49 of the Act on an active social policy.

3) development of job plan in cooperation with the rehabilitee must, in accordance with article 3. section 50 of the Act on an active social policy.

4) Continuous follow-up on whether a job plan follows, cf. rehabilitee section 53 of the Act on an active social policy.

5) decision on conservation of rehabilitation allowance by short-term interruptions and right to absence through pregnancy, childbirth and adoption, see. sections 54 and 55 of the law on active social policy.

6) decision on the extension of the rehabilitation period, see. section 56 of the Act on an active social policy.

7) decision on work during rehabilitation, see. section 57 of the Act on active social policy.

8) decision on support for special expenses that are a result of training or of an impaired physical or mental function, see. section 63 of the Act on an active social policy.

9) decision on aid for the creation of self-employment, see. sections 65 and 66 of the Act on an active social policy.

Employment-oriented tasks in accordance with the law on sickness benefits



§ 7. For a person receiving sick pay, job centre carries out the tasks related to the review, an extension of daily allowance period, visitation and follow-up, see. § § 8-10, 11A, 11b, 12-20 and 24-29 of the law on sickness benefits, see. However, paragraph 2. The job centre will approve further agreements between employers and employees in accordance with § § 56-58 of the law on sickness benefits and agreements with self-employed persons under section 58 (a) of the law on sickness benefits.

(2). The municipality can decide on the follow-up in cases with expected his recovery within eight weeks from the first day of absence should be undertaken by the service centre.

(3). The municipality may decide that a sick leave must send the answered information document pursuant to section 11 of the Act on sickness benefit to the job centre.

(4). The municipality can obtain medical certificates in cases where a case is pending in the job centre, see. §§ 39 and 44 of the law on sickness benefits.

(5). In cases where a case is pending in the job centre, job centre must continuously assess whether the conditions laid down in articles 7, 21, 21A, 22 and 44 of the law on sickness benefit are met.

Recipients of resource gradient performance



§ 8. The job centre carries out the following tasks for persons receiving resource gradient performance under resource gradients and jobafklarings gradients: 1) Assessment of whether the person has a reasonable offer of work and actively participate in the individually planned resource gradients, see. section 69 of the Act on an active social policy.

2) Assessment of whether the person is an active participant in the individually designed jobafklarings course, including meetings to conversations, etc., without prejudice. § 69 k of the Act on an active social policy.

3) Option to the part of the local government, which pays out benefit on penalties after chapter 6 a and 6 b of the Act on active social policy, if the conditions are met.

Persons covered by the Integration Act



§ 9. The job centre takes care of persons who are covered by the Integration Act, the tasks for the Danish Integration Act § § 23-24 g.

Chapter 2 use of logo, etc.

§ 10. The municipalities must use a common job centre logo for signage on the façade, so it appears that the building be found a job centre.

(2). The common job centre logo is defined by the Agency for labour market and Recruitment in a design manual, prepared in cooperation with local and published on the Agency for labour market and Recruitment website.

(3). The municipalities must use a common graphic design over for citizens and partners in all written communication. The common graphical design is defined in the design manual, see. (2).

Chapter 3, Under the direction of the regional employment Councils about application of traineeship, utility work and wage subsidies to section 11. The job centre will inform the quarterly regional employment Councils regarding the use of wage subsidies, traineeship and useful efforts. The notification must be sent to the regional employment Councils not later than one month after the quarter ends. The job centre must also continuously send the regional employment councils lists of places in the traineeship, utility work and jobs with wage subsidies.

(2). Communication takes place via the quarterly inventory which is made available by the Agency for labour market and recruitment, and to access the regional employment councils in a format that makes it possible to process the data.

(3). It can be agreed with the regional employment councils, that there must also be informed of the content and purpose of each mode.

Chapter 4 The regional labour market Council tasks by derogation from equity requirement for utility action
§ 12. The regional employment councils, covering the municipality where a company is located may qualify, on application from the job centre dispense with in § 83, paragraph 1, of the Executive order on an active employment efforts on how many people may be in the utility's efforts in relation to the number of ordinary employees. However, this does not apply for tasks that include visiterede benefits in accordance with the law on social service.

(2). The application for an exemption from the requirement of fairness indicate 1) which tasks must be solved as a useful effort, 2) what jobs, see. section 83, paragraph 4, of the Executive order on an active employment efforts, covered by the application, including how many people, who already are in offer of internship and employment with wage subsidy on the affected jobs, 3) to the Union representative, or if one does not exist, an employee representative on the application concerned jobs has been heard as well as the outcome of the consultation, and 4) how the job centre has dealt with the rules on competition.

(3). The job centre in the application for exemption must demonstrate that the work in the workplace will continue to have a content, which gives each person participating in the effort, the opportunity for a useful employment for its benefit, where the person is part of a working partnership and performing a work that makes utility.

(4). The derogation shall be granted as a decision about the relationship between the number of persons in utility work and the number of regular employees.

(5). The regional employment councils can decide to grant a derogation with effect for a period of between 1 and 2 years.

(6). The regional employment Council is quorate when the Chairperson and at least half of the appointed members are present. Decision on a waiver shall be taken by unanimity.

(7). The regional labour market Council decision cannot be appealed to any other administrative authority.

Chapter 5 the regional employment councils, including the regional employment councils on Bornholm § 13. Employment Minister shall establish eight regional employment councils, which have the following geographic boundaries: 1) a regional employment councils of Region Nordjylland, covering Brønderslev, Frederikshavn, Hjørring, jammerbugt, Læsø, Mariager fjord, Morsø, Rebild, Thisted and Aalborg municipalities, vesthimmerland.

2) two regional employment councils of Region Midtjylland, where labour market Council of West Jutland covers Herning, Holstebro, Ikast-Brande, Lemvig, Ringkøbing-Skjern, Skive, Struer and Viborg municipalities, and the regional labour market Council for East Jutland covers Favrskov, Hedensted, Horsens, norddjurs, otter, Randers, Samsø, Silkeborg, Skanderborg, Denmark and Aarhus municipalities.

3) two regional employment councils of Region Syddanmark where labour market Council of South Jutland covers Billund, Esbjerg, Fredericia, Haderslev, Fanø, Kolding, middelfart, Sønderborg, Barrels, Varde, Road, Vejle and Aabenraa municipalities, and the regional labour market Council of Funen covers Assens, Faaborg-Midtfyn, kerteminde, Langeland, Northern Funen, Nyborg, Odense, Svendborg and Ærø municipalities.

4) a regional employment councils of Zealand, covering Fax, Greve, Guldborgsund, Holbæk, Kalundborg, Køge, Camps, Lolland, Næstved, Odsherred, Roskilde, ringsted, Slagelse, Solrød, Sorø, Stevns and Vordingborg municipalities.

5) a regional employment councils for the Capital Region, with the exception of Bornholm, covering Albertslund, Ballerup, Brøndby, Allerød, Dragør, Frederiksberg, Fredensborg, Egedal, frederikssund, Zealand, Gentofte, Gladsaxe, Glostrup, Gribskov, Halsnæs, Elsinore, Herlev, Hvidovre, Høje-Taastrup, Hillerød, Hørsholm, Ishøj, Copenhagen, Lyngby-Tårbæk, Rudersdal, Rødovre and Vallensbæk, Tårnby municipalities.

6) a regional employment councils for the regional municipality of Bornholm.

§ 14. The regional employment councils of Bornholm consists of 15 members.

(2). Employment Minister shall appoint the members of the regional labour market Council upon the recommendation of the Council represented organizations and authorities in the following: 1) 4 from the Danish employers ' Confederation.

2) 3 from the national organization in Denmark.

3) 1 from the FTF.

4) 1 from the academics.

5) 1 from the leaders.

6) 1 from the Danish disability organisations.

7) 3 from the regional municipality of Bornholm.

8) 1 from the Regional Council for the Capital Region.

(3). Employment Minister designate in the same way an alternate for each Member.

(4). section 28, paragraph 4-8 of the law on the Organization and support of employment efforts, etc., shall apply mutatis mutandis in relation to the regional employment councils of Bornholm.

§ 15. The regional employment councils of Bornholm carries out the following tasks: 1) interacts with the regional municipality of Bornholm and counselor and goes in the dialog with the municipality for the development of employment efforts.

2) Included in cooperation with other regional employment councils and municipal kontaktrådet of the capital about the employment efforts.

3) Cooperates and coordinates the employment efforts with unemployment funds and other actors, including the WEU Centre and growth forum covering the Bornholm region, and coordinates educational and vocational guidance.

4) supports business efforts and efforts directed towards areas with labour shortages and areas with high unemployment.

5) Approves the regional positive list for the regional training pool, see. section 33 (b) of the Act on an active employment efforts.

6) carries out the tasks which, in other laws or regulations issued thereunder are relegated to the regional employment councils.

Chapter 6 the use of the central pool for a particular employment action § 16. Employment Minister shall determine annually the size of a central pool for a special employment efforts.

(2). The pot can be used to finance analysis, exploratory and development activities, which complement the employment policy effort.

(3). Employment Minister responsible for the application of the central pool on the recommendation of the Employment Council.

§ 17. Funds in the central pool administered by the Agency for labour market and Recruitment.

(2). Application for financial aid shall be submitted to the Agency for labour market and Recruitment.

(3). Agency for labour market and Recruitment may lay down provisions on the procedures for application, payment and settlement, etc.

(4). Agency for labour market and Recruitment can announce guidelines and targets for priority areas of employment.

§ 18. Agency for labour market and Recruitment submits an annual status of utilization of funds for the Employment Council.

Chapter 7 Jobnet Creation of persons as users of Jobnet



§ 19. People who are themselves creating itself as new users of www.jobnet.dk, must apply NemID.

The creation of employers as users of Jobnet and the creation of ads and search in the cv ´ is



§ 20. To be set up as a new user of www.jobnet.dk, public and private employers 1) have a CVR-number, and 2) apply Digital signature or NemID profession by creating employee.

(2). Public and private employers created as users at www.jobnet.dk, can create ads and search through resumes.

Public posts in Jobnet



§ 21. Public employers to be at the opening of vacancies publish them on www.jobnet.dk.

(2). Opening of vacancies added onto www.jobnet.dk using one of the procedures laid down by the Management Board for the labour market and recruitment, see. Annex 1 to this notice.

(3). By public employers shall mean: 1) Municipalities, municipal communities and regions.

2) State institutions.

3) Organizations, associations, companies, institutions and similar, if expenses are covered by at least 50 per cent of public subsidies.

Private posts in Jobnet



§ 22. Private employers can at the opening of vacancies publish them on www.jobnet.dk.

(2). Opening of vacancies added onto www.jobnet.dk using one of the following procedures: 1) entering the job advertisements on www.jobnet.dk similar to the procedure laid down in annex 1 to this notice.

2) transfer of job advertisements for www.jobnet.dk via Web service equivalent to the procedure set out in annex 1 to this notice.

3) by making the job ad is available for the labour market and Recruitment Agency for the collection of information on the net (crawling) in the form of links to job listings for display on www.jobnet.dk.

(3). Agency for labour market and Recruitment crawler for links to other job listings, see. (2). 3, unless a company please contact Jobnetsupporten in the Agency for labour market and Recruitment has deprecated himself to be crawlet.

Conditions for public and private employers advertising on Jobnet



§ 23. It is free of charge for employers to post job advertisements on Jobnet.

(2). The Director of the Agency for labour market and Recruitment may lay down guidelines on the conditions for advertising on Jobnet, including the publication of job advertisements on Jobnet must be omitted, or that already published ads must afpubliceres if fx 1) position the ad calls for illegality, is in flagrant contravention of the law, is contrary to the interests of job seekers and other users, including is offensive, or is contrary to the guidelines, moreover, , 2) the company requires payment from jobseekers for employment offer, or
3) there really is no job advertisement, but the ad is an advertisement or a political message.

(3). Guidelines for advertising on Jobnet appears on www.jobnet.dk.

Lockout



§ 24. Agency for labour market and Recruitment can block access to a company to advertise on Jobnet and to search the resumes. This applies e.g. when 1) an undertaking repeatedly and persistently tried to put ads, which do not meet the conditions of publication referred to in article 6. § 23, 2) a company trying to post unauthorized advertisements (spam) or otherwise harasses the intended use of Jobnet, or when 3) an undertaking covered by the strike, lockout or blockade, see. section 6 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(2). Lockout after paragraph 1, nr. 1 and 2, can last for up to 3 months. Lockout after paragraph 1, nr. 3, lasts as long as the company is the subject of strike, lockout or blockade.

Chapter 8 entry into force, etc.

§ 25. The notice shall enter into force on 12 December. April 2015.

(2). Executive Order No. 1563 by 23. December 2014 if the organisation and support of employment efforts, etc., shall be repealed.

Agency for labour market and recruitment, the 8. April 2015 Morten Binds/Kristjan Gundsø Jensen



Annex 1 Public and private posts in Jobnet

When the public or private employer puts vacancies in www.jobnet.dk, it can be done in the following 2 ways: 1)





On www.jobnet.dk can be found the procedure to be set up as a new user and new employer. In order to install it as a new employer, the company must have a VAT number and found it with Digital employee signature or NemID professions. It is then possible to create, publish, disassemble (afpublicere), save, copy, and modify the embedded advertisements. It is also possible to search the Resumes.







2)





Desired job advertisement is also shown on your own website, it can be done by using a Web service. More information about this can be found by searching for ' JobNet's webservices ' at www.wiki.ams.dk.







3)





The public or private employer can use existing stillingsannonce rings procedures and make an electronic transfer of job advertisements for www.jobnet.dk. There are the following 2 integration options:





 



(a))





WebServices as ' pull ': employer calls a webservice on Jobnet. This allows ads created on Jobnet, just as there can respond to different types of queries.





 



(b))





WebServices as ' push ': employer shall make a Web service available for calls from Jobnet. This allows a local data base kept asynchronously updated with data from the Jobnet.











More information on how to electronically send advertisements to the Jobnet, can be found by searching for ' JobNet's webservices ' at www.wiki.ams.dk.

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