|What is "Neue
|"Neue Arbeit" is
an innovative employment model for
- Target groups of job centres
the long-term unemployed with multiple problem areas
- Target groups of the Social Service
recipients of social support or benefits
- Target groups of re-training schemes
|"Neue Arbeit" offers
work in the following sectors
- Laundry and ironing services
- Dressmaking alterations
- Cleaning services
- House & home services
- Garden work
- Ancillary building trade work
- Repair work
|as well as the opportunity to work
- in Local Government and Local Authority organisations
- in Local District organisations
|"Neue Arbeit" offers
- Support for developing personal strengths
- Support in resolving personal problems
- Qualification and training elements
- Support in job hunting
- Work practicals and "taster" days
|"Neue Arbeit" promotes
- awareness and information exchange due to its constant contacts
with companies, private clients and public institutions (e.g.
local authorities, municipal corporation, provincial authorities,
|The aim is to re-introduce to the labour market long-term job
seekers from Job Centres and Social Services, and people undergoing
|"Neue Arbeit" - "New Job"
- a Success Story
|1995-Neue Arbeit was established in St. Veit on the
Glan. The guiding principle of Neue Arbeit: to act as an innovative
employment agency for people who have been looking for work for a
long time in vain.
1997-The success of the St. Veit pilot project led to the opening
of a second branch of Neue Arbeit in Klagenfurt.
1998-Neue Arbeit extended its field of activity once
again and opened another branch in Feldkirchen.
|Inextricably associated with these facts is the social commitment
of far-sighted politicians and top managers who have created the structure
and general conditions for Neue Arbeit, and its two directors,
Annemarie Duller and Ingeborg Marktl, who have determined the skills
and the character of Neue Arbeit right from the start.
|Our success justifies our founding concept: the number of
people whom Neue Arbeit has been able to help has already tripled
in the first few years.
The focus of Neue Arbeit's activities is helping the
older long-term unemployed: men and women who today are all to soon
written off as "too old". Men and women faced with the dubious
privilege of being "ladies and gentlemen of leisure" in
the prime of their lives.
Every second applicant has nevertheless managed to find work
again with the support of Neue Arbeit. The re-integration rate
is currently higher than 50 per cent of registered applicants.
This success rate proves it:
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