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15 Nov 2018

Unlimited work for people with disabilities

On 15 November, Onbeperkt aan de Slag  (Unlimited work) organises with theThe municipality of Amstelveen and the Cobra Museum a nationwide relay event. In this way we want to give a positive impulse to the hiring of people with a work disability. The Cobra Museum shares this enthusiasm and is committed to giving people with disabilities a place to work.

 

illustration by Emma Ruth Levie

On 15 November, Onbeperkt aan de Slag  (Unlimited work) organises a nationwide relay event. In this way we want to give a positive impulse to the hiring of people with a work disability. The municipality of Amstelveen organises the regional event of this national campaign and it will take place in the Cobra Museum. Every year, it is a tremendous success and hundreds of job seekers and employers in the regions take part in the campaign.

The Cobra Museum shares the enthusiasm of the municipality of Amstelveen and Onbeperkt aan de Slag, and is committed to giving people with disabilities a place to work. The museum is a dynamic working environment that does not care about what is ‘normal’. We are in the habit of facilitating the uniqueness of a person and offering a stage for it.

As an employer, you can meet motivated job seekers with a work disability on this day and have an informal conversation. If you have vacancies, you can participate in the Meet&Greet. It is an ideal way to get to know the people you are looking for.

For more information, please visit the website www.onbeperktaandeslag.nl

Entrepreneurs and participants can register via ontmoetingen@onbeperktaandeslag.nl.

You are also welcome to just come to the event.

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