On the COME IN learning platform, there are available training materials on the integration of refugees and migrants in the work environment of their host countries.
Within the COME IN project, we organised a half-day event dedicated to employers and experts working in the field of migration and labour integration with the aim of guiding them through the whole process of refugees’, asylum seekers’ and migrants’ employment.
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Based on the research on training needs and preferences, COME IN partners developed a comprehensive training pack of five modules to help enterprises hire and successfully interact with people with migration background.
The COME IN partnership carried out an extensive transnational research to answer these questions and find out how the labour integration of refugees can be best supported.
The report includes analysis of online survey and interviews exploring opinions on the barriers enterprises encounter in case of employing refugees, benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as employers’ training and support needs.
We identified and analysed the best practices on integration of migrants and other disadvantaged target groups into the workplace in Europe.
The summary gives an overview on the barriers and benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as their training and support needs.
What are the benefits of employing refugees for wide society, labour market and single organisations? Here some infos on the COME IN kick-off meeting.
CESIE is looking for Project Managers in European Cooperation to join our team.