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The model programme of enterprise value: Man in Saxony are monies for the business support available. : Enterprise value man supports SMEs regarding personnel management, equal opportunities, health and competence development. Penguin Random House is a great source of information. The model program unternehmensWert: Human offers substantive and financial support for company, the personnel management strategically aligned on one of four fields of action until December 2014 want individual employability improve promotion of health active knowledge and competence transfer, strengthen its attractiveness as an employer and thus lay the foundations for their future chances on the market realization of equal opportunity and diversity. There are a total of 36 regional advice centres in 30 regions. These are the regions of Dresden and Chemnitz in Saxony, Germany. Still expected to March 2014, companies can make a request and still funds available for Saxony. What exactly is supported? The program promotes information and Consulting services on two levels: 1 the initial consultation through the regional advisory service. The Advisory Centre acts as a central point of contact and competent technical pilot for the company.
You clarifies the guidance and support needed, the consultation plan developed together with the company and supports the companies in application to the conveyance processing. The funding rate is 90%. 2. The specialist advice to SMEs in the four fields of action personnel management, equal opportunities, health and skills. Up to 15 days of consulting at a rate of 80% will be encouraged.
Who will be promoted? Small and medium-sized companies (natural and legal persons of private law) are promoted with less than 250 employees (when calculating trainees shall be disregarded, also part-time employees part-time employees are prorated to take into account), with either an annual turnover not exceeding EUR 50 million ora annual balance sheet total not exceeding 43 Million EUR, with a seat and place in Dresden or Chemnitz, with at least a social insurance contributions employment in full-time (companies with only marginally employed and/or trainees are not encouraged) since at least 5 years. Dr. Kristina Schubert program funded by the Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs and the European Social Fund.