Is the Kickstart scheme available in Northern Ireland?
About the JobStart scheme JobStart is a new scheme, run by the Department for Communities, to help young people who are at risk of long term unemployment, aged 16 to 24 years, get into the job market by offering six month job opportunities with a range of employers, in all sectors across Northern Ireland.
What is the JobStart scheme?
JobStart is a new employer incentive scheme from the Department for Communities (DfC) that will help young people aged 16–24 at risk of long term unemployment to get into the job market by providing government funding for employers to create job opportunities.
What is access work NI?
Access to Work (NI) can help people with disabilities who wish to take up employment or who are in work and experience difficulty related to their disability. It can also help employers who wish to recruit or retain people with disabilities in employment.
What is career support Programme?
The Career Support Programme (CSP), which is under the Adapt and Grow initiative, provides salary support to encourage employers to hire mature* and retrenched, or long- term unemployed Singapore Citizens for Professional, Manager, Executive and Technician (PMET) jobs.
Who qualifies for Kickstart scheme?
Employers of all sizes are eligible to apply to the Kickstart Scheme. To be eligible, an employer has to create a new job role for an employee in the age range of 16 – 24 years old. The previous requirement to create a minimum of 30 job placements is no longer applicable.
Do you get paid for Kickstart scheme?
Kickstart Scheme wages and costs are paid to you, but you will pass this on to the employer. This funding covers: 100% of the National Minimum Wage (or the National Living Wage depending on the age of the participant) for 25 hours per week for a total of 6 months. associated employer National Insurance contributions.
What are occupational skills?
Occupational skills are a set of knowledge and skills that employees need for a specific job or occupation. Employability skills or workplace skills prepare individuals for any job.
What are reasonable adjustments?
A ‘reasonable adjustment’ is a change that must be made to remove or reduce a disadvantage related to: an employee’s disability when doing their job. a job applicant’s disability when applying for a job.
Is access to work means tested?
Access to Work is NOT a means-tested scheme. Anyone can apply, regardless of whether you’re in receipt of benefits or not. It’s a grant, which means you don’t need to pay it back – nor does it count as taxable income.
How do I submit a career support program?
Companies can download the ‘CSP Notification Form’ from www.wsg.gov.sg/csp_employers and submit it via WSG Feedback Portal gov.sg/feedback> using their CorpPass login. Submission should be no later than three (3) calendar months from the date of CSP work commencement.
Is career support Programme taxable?
The grant/payout is revenue in nature. – Grant/payout is non-taxable if it’s given for the purpose of acquiring capital asset of the company. The grant/payout is capital in nature. It’s worth noting however, that the Job Support Scheme (JSS) is exempted from corporate income tax.