Minite, kad bendradarbiaujate su Švietimo ir mokslo ministerija dėl daugialypės diskriminacijos švietimo srityje. Ar kitos viešojo sektoriaus institucijos, politikai, supranta šio klausimą opumą ir svarbą?
Kokius pagrindinius skirtumus matote tarp to, kaip darbuotojų įtrauktimi rūpinasi TATE, ir kaip – Lietuvos organizacijos?
Do subsidies that Ms Toma mentioned make labour market inclusion sustainable? Do companies keep refugees after the subsidies end? Is this the best encouragement a country may offer?
What (if any) measures do your organisation take in practice to prepare the companies and their employees to welcome refugees into their teams?
Ar organizacijos žino, kaip žmonės su negalia, jų darbuotojai, jaučiasi jų kolektyve?
Kiek asmenų su negalia nori dalyvauti jūsų iniciatyvoje ir kuriai daliai atsiranda darbo vietų vienai dienai? Kokius darbus įmonės pasiūlo, kaip tai nusprendžia?
What is the percentage of foreigners in your companies? How important is to have different nationalities in your organization and how hard is to hire them in Lithuania?
How exactly do you ensure gender equality for women who come back from the maternity leave? Do you have measures in place to ensure their salaries do not lag behind once they come back?
Do and how you enable women to balance their career goals and family lives?
There’s a tendency (at least in LT) when companies initiate various public initiatives to raise awareness about diversity and equality in society instead of doing hard work of ensuring diversity in their own companies. Do you recognize this tendency elswhere?
Just a comment about the situation in LT regarding unemployment in covid context:
An increase in unemployment among migrants is being noted but it is not more significant as unemployment amongst employees with local origin. This may be influenced by the fact that in Lithuanias’ case the sectors that have suffered the most from the pandemic (like catering and accommodation) are not as dependent on migrant workforce as in some of the other member states. Labor immigration is mainly concentrated in several sectors: the vast majority of third-country workers are employed in the transport sector (long-distance drivers), also shipbuilding and construction. Over 2020 the number of unemployed third-country nationals registered in Employment Service has increased by 67.5%, while the total number of all unemployed registered with the Employment Service has increased by 84.2%. Lithuania has been addressing the issues with additional investments in mainstream policy measures (such as subsidies for downtime of employees, subsidies for self-employed persons, jobseeker‘s benefit, subsidies for employers, etc.)
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