This result is the fruit of a will affirmed as an ambitious dynamic, in order to re-invent the perception of disability and the development of all territorial agents, without any distinction. With the recruitment of apprentices with disabilities, the scarcity of financial resources requires the City to have strict and optimized management. The co-financing with the FIPHFP will make it possible to perpetuate the existing one and further develop actions.

Seven axes were chosen for this agreement: recruitment of apprentices with disabilities, reclassification and job development of BOE agent, space planning and disability compensation, training of supervisors to change the view on disability , innovative actions in order to propose in particular recruitment recognition of the quality of disabled worker (RQTH) and new transversal organization including a sustainable policy of the handicap of the city of Saint-Denis.

These axes correspond very concretely to the recruitment of 18 apprentices over three years and 3 volunteers in civic service. 12 reclassifications are also planned, 45 ergonomic studies, 60 workstation adjustments and the financing of 18 prostheses in the context of job retention. On the training side, 33 sessions are planned. The city also intends to set up a job dating in 2022.

Guillaume Kichenama, Elected delegate for fraternity and the fight against discrimination: “The city of Saint-Denis is fortunate to have disabled athletes who show us the way to excellence. , the State wants to bring the number of disabled workers to around 6%. This is a figure that we are very close to in Saint-Denis. Beyond that, we want to be exemplary and work with our partners by insisting on training, ‘support towards employment and the fight against discrimination. “

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Nearly 6% of disabled workers in the city of Saint-Denis, which signs an agreement to do even better