The Institut Mines-Télécom is committed to supporting disabled people by promoting the employment and integration of disabled workers as well as through its research projects which use information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve the day-to-day lives of those who have to deal with disability.
Convinced that the diversity of employees is a source of wealth and helps to strengthen social cohesion, the Institut Mines-Télécom wants to :
- Increase the number of disabled people in all categories of employment
- Support their professional and social integration within Institut Telecom entities
- Work towards the change in disability-related opinion
This policy is supported by the new provisions of the law dated 11 February 2005 relating to the "equal rights and opportunities, the participation and citizenship of disabled people"
An action plan which promotes employment and integration
In order to increase the number of disabled workers employed within its entities and make it easier for them to integrate,
The Institut Mines-Télécom has developed an action plan designed to :
- Encourage applications from disabled people with expertise in its various fields
- Consult job offers
People wishing to offer their expertise to the Institut Telecom can apply for a position or send a speculative application.
In addition, the Institut Telecom has signed partnership agreements with an association that specialize in the recruitment of disabled people : Hanploi-CED (negotiations ongoing). Specialized sites exist for enrollments with a view to synergizing Institut Telecom's job vacancies and the qualifications of disabled workers.
- Payment of a significant additional sum to employees having been recognized as disabled workers and assistance in putting together an application.
- Facilitate the integration of disabled workers in the best conditions within Institut Telecom's various entities and its various posts.
The Institut Mines-Télécom has set up a structure, the "Cellule Mission Handicap" (Disabled Mission Cell), whose role is to support the recruitment and integration of disabled workers and answer questions within Institut Telecom's various entities and departments.
Working groups have been set up within each entity of the Institut Telecom to improve access to the Group's sites and premises.
- Change mentalities, promote an open-minded and welcoming spirit via internal communication initiatives.
- Develop effective partnerships with associations to support the implementation of the action plan (recruitment, awareness-raising, job adaptation, etc.).
The Institut Mines-Télécom has forged links with several associations within the disability network such as AFIJ, Handi-Up, the Réseau Cap Emploi, ATHAREP, APF, Ohé Prométhée, Handipass, the ANPE network, Hanploi etc.
Who is concerned ?
The beneficiaries of the law dated dated 11 February 2005 are disabled workers recognized by CDAPH (Commission des Droits et et l'Autonomie des personnes Handicapées), the victims of accidents or occupational illnesses, disability card holders, those in receipt of adult disability allowance.