EMPLOYERS MUST MINIMISE DIRECT CONTACTS BETWEEN EMPLOYEES
Employers must disinfect the workplace at least twice during the working day, as well as create working arrangements that minimise direct contacts between the employees within the company. These are part of the measures to prevent the risk of the spread of COVID-19, implemented by an order of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy Denitsa Sacheva.
HOT LUNCH WILL BE DELIVERED TO PEOPLE IN NEED UNTIL JUNE 19th
The hot lunch programme for people in need will be extended until 19 June 2020. For this purpose, the Agency for Social Assistance was allocated BGN 5.1 million from the state budget, and the estimates are that the funds will cover the needs of about 50,000 people.
BGN 45 MILLION FROM THE OPHRD WILL BE USED TO EXPAND PATRONAGE CARE TO THE ELDERLY AND THE DISABLED
The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy allocates an additional BGN 45 million under the Human Resources Development Operational Programme (OPHRD) in support of elderly people living alone and the disabled. From today, municipalities will be able to apply to receive funding for patronage care.
CONGRATULATIONS MESSAGE BY THE MINISTER OF LABOUR AND SOCIAL POLICY DENITSA SACHEVA ON SOCIAL WORKER’S DAY
We are in an unprecedented situation. Not only because Bulgaria is in a state of emergency, but also because of the increasing dividing lines between people. The expanding technological and economic opportunities have brought along both perspectives for personal accomplishment and the continuous atomisation of society.
MINISTER DENITSA SACHEVA: WE NEED TO INVEST IN ETHICAL USE OF TECHOLOGY
“Technological development and the development of human values should go hand in hand. Technology- and people-related professions are the two main tendencies of the future”. This was stated by the Minister of Labour and Social Policy Denitsa Sacheva during the MASTERLASS WORK 4.0 at the G. S. Rakovski Military Academy.
MLSP ALLOCATES UP TO BGN 8000 FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF VEHICLES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIE
Up to BGN 8,000 to fund projects for reconstruction of vehicles for people with permanent disabilities will be provided by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy under the National Programme for Accessible Residential Environment and Personal Mobility. The selection of project proposals under the two components of the programme starts today and will end on May 12th.
Deputy Minister Rusinova: Joint actions between institutions and the civil sector are important in dealing with victims
The right recipe for achieving good results in dealing with victims of trafficking and violence is working together between the civil sector, local authorities, institutions. This was stated by Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Policy Zornitsa Rusinova at the opening of the Nadezhda Crisis Center for child victims of trafficking and violence. Mayor of Sofia Municipality Yordanka Fandakova, Deput
Eight schools and 11 kindergartens will be renovated under MLSP's Beautiful Bulgaria project
48 projects to improve the social environment and social infrastructure will be funded by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy's Beautiful Bulgaria project in 2020. These include the renovation of the buildings of 8 schools and 11 kindergartens. This was decided by the Project Steering Committee at today's meeting.
MLSP organizes career forum in London on 7 March
The Ministry of Labor and Social Policy (MLSP), in partnership with the Employment Agency, plans to hold a Career Forum for Bulgarians in the United Kingdom on March 7, 2020 at the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in London. The forthcoming exhibition is part of the MLSP initiative to organize forums abroad to motivate and attract Bulgarian citizens, students and people living outside their hom
MINISTER DENITSA SACHEVA: MLSP WILL DEVELOP A STRATEGY FOR HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE SOCIAL SECTOR
"MLSP will develop a strategy for human resources in the social sector. Vocational education in this field needs to be demonstrated, with candidates being represented twice in recent years. ” This was stated by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy Denitsa Sacheva at a working meeting with representatives of general and specialized institutions for small persons with dementia.
Nearly 13,000 unemployed will begin work on the National Employment Action Plan in 2020.
The Government has adopted the National Employment Action Plan for 2020. It envisages 12,918 unemployed people starting work on programs and measures, and more than 11,824 people enrolled in training to become more competitive in the labor market. Training is provided for key competences of 1,200 employees in medium, small and micro enterprises. The financing of the planned activities will be with