24/09/2016 13h10 - Updated 24/09/2016 13h10

'Day D’ offer more than 500 jobs for people with disabilities

The goal is to increase the number People with Disabilities entered the labor market.
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More of 500 jobs were offered during the performance of "D-Day" in Manaus. The national event promoted by the Ministry of Labour, with the Amazonas Government support, on the afternoon of Friday, 23 of September, It aims to expand the number People with Disabilities (PCDs) and beneficiaries of the National Social Security Institute (INSS) entered the labor market.

The event took place at the Community Center for the Elderly Magdalena Arce Daou, the avenue Brazil, Santo Antonio neighborhood, area west of the capital. "Our goal is to ensure equal access for all people to the labor market, especially for people with disabilities, since this public face greater difficulties of entering ", said the coordinator of the "D-Day" in the Amazon, Daiana Pigozzo.

Still according to her, one of the main barriers faced is the resistance of some companies to hire PCDs. "The number of disabled people in an organization is determined by the number of employees. This is law, but there is still great difficulty inclusion in many places ", completed Daiana.

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Thanks to the presence of representatives from over 25 Business, who sought the service during programming has left almost hired, as was the case Andreia Amaral cleared by INSS for over a year due to a work accident.

"I faced a lot of difficulty to reposition myself in the market after this removal, but thanks to this initiative I ever leave here today with referral to a new job. Now just do well in the interview ", he said excitedly.

According to Sine Amazon data, from January to 31 August this year were directed to employment 817 PCDs para 229 places offered in the same period.

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