The ONCE Foundation and CLH have renewed their commitment to bringing job opportunities to people with disabilities.
The ONCE Foundation and CLH have renewed their commitment to bringing job opportunities to people with disabilities with the execution of a supplement to their Inserta Agreement, which was originally signed in 2014, as well as a financial donation made by the oil logistics company to support this commitment.
The supplement, which will be effective until 2022, has been signed by the Executive Vice President of the ONCE Foundation, Alberto Durán, and the Corporate Human Resources Manager of CLH, Cristina Jaraba.
Whenever a new position is available, CLH is supported by Inserta, the entity of the ONCE Foundation entrusted with training and employability, which carries out a screening process for those candidates who best fit the required profile and provides training on the duties assigned.
The agreement also provides for the inclusion of people with disabilities in the company's corporate social responsibility plans and strategies. Furthermore, CLH will indirectly promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in the labour market through the acquisition of assets and the contracting of services with special employment centres.
The financial donation was delivered by Cristina Jaraba to the Business, Strategic Alliances and CSR+D Area of Inserta Empleo, Mar Medeiros.
The CLH Group is the leading company engaged in the transport and storage of oil products in the Spanish market. Its participation in the Inserta Programme is part of its corporate social responsibility policy, which is based on establishing trust and cooperation relationships with its stakeholders, and its commitment to promoting equal opportunities and protection among its employees.
This agreement is part of the Social Inclusion and Social Economy (Poises) and Youth Employment (POEJ) programmes that are being developed by the ONCE Foundation through Inserta, which are co-financed by the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative to promote the training and the employability of people with disabilities.
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