The day devoted Monday to the issue of employment at Place des Pradettes with Pôle de l’Emploi was a great success.
Vanessa, 22, would like to become a real estate agent. So she came yesterday, with her mother, to the Village de l’Emploi, place des Pradettes: “For now, with my baccalaureate, I have only done odd jobs,” she laments. I hope today to have concrete leads. “
The Employment Village, a judicious initiative which, for the first time, allows Pôle Emploi to reach out to the public, residents and regions. “This gives another image of this structure, assures Jacques Sentenac, deputy regional director at Pôle Emploi. Different stands are there for informants, guides, and coaches of applicants. A cluster of employers is also present including JC Aubry (hairdressing), Leader Price (sales), security and trans sport companies. A creation center supports future entrepreneurs with Cité Lab, a business support association ”. Pierre Cabanié of JC Aubry has already selected a few candidate profiles: “After the covid episode where the sector was very affected, we are recruiting in hairdressing and aesthetics. Let us not forget that our Academy also provides training ”.
The public in priority neighborhoods must be helped and advised
Employment remains a crucial question in the Grand Mirail with 6,000 job seekers, or 10% of Toulouse intra muros. “In my Pôle Emploi agency, which covers Bellefontaine, Milan, Saint-Simon and Cugnaux, 91% of requests concern priority neighborhoods,” explains Hélène Verhaege. This public, three times less qualified than in the rest of Haute-Garonne, must be supported and advised. He is also eligible for frank employment ”. This state measure allows employers to benefit from financial assistance in recruiting in their neighborhoods on CDI or CDD. “The priority neighborhood should not be a barrier to hiring and this frank employment makes it an opportunity,” says Jacques Sentenac. Various profiles pass through this Village. Including Sandrine, 55, former executive assistant at Airbus, who after having chained temporary contracts for ten years, spent at her expense a master’s degree in interpreting. “Few available in this sector. Today I am looking for a job in the environment or in agriculture. I have to work