creating job opportunities for people at risk of exclusion.

Since 2004, Randstad Foundation in Spain has launched a variety of social employment projects designed to secure equal opportunities in employment.

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The foundation develops individual training plans to create job opportunities for people at risk of exclusion: disabled people, long-term unemployed over 45, immigrants, victims of gender violence, and single-parent families. Additionally it sets up recruitment processes with partner companies and counsels them in hiring people with different capacities.

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The Randstad Fundación also partners with the Victoria Association, which supports female victims of domestic violence. Together, they have launched activities to encourage employment and economic independence of these women, e.g. workshops on how to search for jobs, interview skills and body image. They also collected clothes for the women and their children. Since the start, the foundation has also been a contributor to the Public Administration Center and supported immigrants to enter the labor market.