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Economical Analysis Of Disabled Employers And Their Employees In Hungary

  • Nagymate Nora

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    (University of Debrecen, Faculty of Applied Economics and Rural Development)

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    Nowadays employment is an evergreen topic in Hungary. Many kinds of supplies are provided by the state (on the basis of the 8/1983. EÃ1/4M-PM Hungarian Law), for example for the group ‘people living with disabilities’. It is very difficult to provide job for these people after their rehabilitation. My main goal is to analyze the ‘rehabilitation’ of disabled people and to study the related firms and the connection between the employers and employees. My intentions were also to create a strategy for these people to be employed again and for the firms to be motivated to employ them. Statistical figures show, that the highest ratio of ‘people living with disabilities’ can be found in the North Great Plain Region of Hungary (30 per cent of the total number of ‘people living with disabilities’). The employment of these people means extra costs for enterprises. At the same time the complete accessibility of workplaces is still not realized in many cases in Hungary yet. Currently only a few enterprises are specialized to employ people living with disabilities. Unfortunately, most of the enterprises don’t intend to employ disabled persons. Questionnaires were created in order to study the relationship between people living with disabilities and their possibilities to get employed on the labour market again. My study had two phases. In the first phase we focused on individual persons providing anonymity of the questionnaires. The research focused on special rehabilitation firms and their employees too (they are specialised to employ disabled employers). Two questionnaires for the above mentioned firms and their employees were created in order to gather information on their activities as well as relationship between the firms and its employees. It can be stated that this paper shows the relationship between the employers and employees. I will analyze the importance of factors in working among employers and among the employees. According to the latest trends I analyse the attitude to the rehabilitation of these people and how they will be able to work again not only in ‘rehabilitation firms’. My implication is that new workplaces for these people should be created by the utilisation of the European Union and the available national sources in order to integrate them into the labour market again in a long run. In the current stage of my research evaluation of the data collection is ongoing now. After summarizing all claims of participants I can make an impression in this area. I think my research is very special because of the geographical research area of data collection and the topic.

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    Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 (July)
    Pages: 318-323

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    Handle: RePEc:ora:journl:v:1:y:2012:i:1:p:318-323
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