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The Flying Eagle Employment Program for indigenous young people is kicking off now

  • 更新時間:2018/07/09 12:04:46

The Flying Eagle Employment Program for indigenous young people is kicking off now. Welcome all enterprises to take part in creating triple winning target by training the young people, creating a stable employment environment and with free of charge . This is a win-win situation for all of us! Where are you, outstanding indigenous friends??? Flying Eagle Employment Program is definitely your best choice. Let us accompany you when you are in desperate needs and let us find you the most suitable job opportunities together.

I. Program Objectives: 1. Encouraging indigenous college graduates to develop their careers in the society by enrolling them first in the work and train them afterwards through a series of preparation programs to enhance their work competitiveness in order to achieve work objectives and visions. 2. Encouraging enterprises to employ indigenous college graduates so as to increase youth employment rates, make young people feel the effectiveness of the government employment program, and ultimately achieve the results of training the youths, stabilizing employment rate and free cash equivalent, a win-win situation for all.

II. Program Duration: From 1st January 2015 to 31st August 2017 Preparations: From 1st January 2015 to 31st May 2015 Operation Closes: From 1st September 2017 to 31st December 2017

III. Program task items and content: 1. Program implementing area: Nationwide 2. Quota for the employment program: 20 persons 3. Qualifications for enterprises and institutions: Enterprises and institutions to which Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act (herein called the act), article 12 section 1, apply from 2009 onwards or government registered enterprises. 4. Qualifications for employees: Indigenous young people born in 1985 and from onwards who served the compulsory army service and have a college degree. 5. Program task items and content: (1) Orientation for enterprises: Program orientation will be held for qualified enterprises in order to give further information of the program as well as to inquire their intention to join the program, so that enterprises understand the application process. i. Orientation schedule: Mid-April of 2015 ii. Content of orientation: Arranging business orientation and forum for enterprises to understand the objectives of the program, business items, application process and conditions, as well as to answer their questions and inquire their intention to join the program. iii. Enterprises which have not attended the orientation but are qualified are eligible to file applications. (2) Campus campaign will be run by "Campus Cheering Companion for Employment" and provides indigenous college students with comprehensive information about employment, consultation, interview accompanying service, etc., and help them to find their careers, stimulate their needs for work, prepare them for expectations of employment and so on. Thus, the program can drive them to join the workforce aggressively, and increase the employment rate of indigenous young people.i. Campaign Duration: from 1st January 2015 to 31st October 2016ii. Content of Work: We will integrate StudentInformationCenter for Indigenous Students, college student clubs, programs for indigenous people and so on to hold thirty campaigns. Further, we appoint a coordinator for indigenous people employment to provide information concerning this campaign in an interesting and engaging way, also we explain youth plans, employment law, help them find suitable jobs, etc., thereby inspiring college students to put the problem of joining the work force, and assist them in finding suitable jobs in the program. (3) Job-Matching Intermediary: We serve as the job-matching intermediary between enterprises and job seekers. They can use the job-matching service or recruit for themselves through the original Indigenous People Job Network, other human resource intermediaries, and the coordinator of this campaign. The execution of the program takes effect on the date of the signing of the training contract by and between the enterprises and the employees. i. Enterprise Qualification Evaluation: The committee will inspect the application forms (please refer to point 7). They can start job-matching work of the Flying Eagle Program after the committee approves. ii. Application for Employees: Applicants should file applications according to job vacancy announcement regulations, or inquire information of the job coordinator of the committee (see Appendix 1-contact information) about job vacancy, the program, job interview accompanying service and other employment service. (4) Employees work orientation: The enterprises explain the rights and duties according to the program to the employees, so they understand the content of the program, training, and conditions where they should pay attention. (5) Skills Training and Renewed Employment System of the Enterprise i. Skills Training: a. The enterprise adopt the methods of employment before training, recruiting the indigenous young people first and then providing them with professional work skills and techniques, thus to reinforce their ability to work and retain them in the enterprise. b. The enterprise should appoint a staff with related professional skills as the work orientation trainer and transfer the know-how, skills, and experiences, etc. to the employees and assist the employees in obtaining the skills, helping them to adjust themselves at work, as well as giving spiritual support so that they can be stable in their career. c. The enterprise should conduct relevant training for the employees according to its proposed training management plan. d. The enterprise should conduct training evaluation for the employees. ii. Renewed Employment System: The enterprise should train the employee in this program for the duration of one year and sign a two-year employment contract with the employee one month prior to the first year of training. (6) Employment Incentive for Enterprises: In an effort to encourage enterprises actively employ indigenous young people; enterprises will be given subsidies for every employee who work three full months (please refer to point 8). The subsidy is calculated in concordance with actual training days, and the time limit for the subsidy is 31st August 2017. IV. Application Terms and Conditions: 1. Application Forms for Enterprises and Employees: (1) Application Forms for Enterprises: Enterprises should prepare the following forms for the committee to evaluate, starting from 1st April 2015 to 30th November 2016. Enterprises cannot proceed to the program until the committee approves the adjusted job vacancies or quota for employees after the evaluation. i. Application Forms for Enterprises (see Appendix 2) ii. Affidavit for Enterprises (see Appendix 3) iii. Training Management Plan of the Enterprise (made by enterprises) iv. Enterprise government registered documents (Copies. Stamp of "This copy is authentic to the original document." is required.) (2) Applications for Employees: Employees should prepare the following forms and submit the application before the application deadline to the enterprise with job vacancies. i. Self-Improvement Plan (see appendix 4) ii. Job Application Form (see appendix 5) iii. Affidavit of Employee (see appendix 6) iv. Proof of Student Identification (student card, academic transcript, or degree certificate) v. Proof of Military Service (3) Job-Matching Procedure: i. Enterprises enrolled and signed the program training contract 10 days within date of the signing before 31st December 2016 should submit the copies of the following forms to the committee. a. List of Enrollment (see appendix 7) b. Training Contract (see appendix 8) c. Copies of self-improvement plan, job application form and affidavit of employee d. Other Relevant Documents and Forms ii. Indigenous young people who have questions or have needs for job interview accompanying services please call the Indigenous Toll-Free Line at 0800-066995 or contact the coordinator of Indigenous Employment Service in your area (see appendix 1-contact information) for more assistance and employment service. 2. Note: i. After the committee's evaluation, approved enterprises and job vacancies will be posted and available on the section of "Latest Information" of the website (http://www.apc.gov.tw) and the website of Council of Indigenous Peoples (http://iwork.apc.gov.tw ). Enterprises applied for the program will be notified respectively by mail. ii. Approved enterprises can conduct interviews with the job-matching assistance from the Indigenous Employment coordinator in your area (see appendix 1-contact information) so as to achieve the committee's goal and spirit of personalized service for job seekers. Shall there be any other further questions, please refer to the file of appendix (appendix 1-contact information for the employment of indigenous people).