Personal services are recruited into the lot

The personal services sector is still struggling with some ideas received, and is struggling to generate careers. In the lot, an information week is organized and trades circulated.

This is consistent across all studies looking at the needs of companies and sectors that employ: Personal services are constantly looking for help. Because these are non-transferable functions, first of all. Because they come to meet the growing needs of society and, consequently, especially the aging population. At the Pôle emploi agency in Figeac, Camille Vaisy, a specialist business consultant, noted the effects of the health crisis. “Health services are overcrowded and people are being asked to stay at home,” she explains. The result: Every day or so companies call him to tell him about their hiring needs.

“But today, it is not necessarily a sector that is attracting.” With the association, the family and the country house, the Pôle emploi decided to organize a week dedicated from January 24 to the promotion of professions.

Virtual Reality

In the program, workshops with virtual reality headsets help to immerse yourself in the daily life of the home and simulate the effects of disability or aging on patients.

“We wanted to avoid PowerPoint in front of 30 people,” smiles Camille Weisy. Hélène de Conti, Recruitment Officer for ADMR, Lot’s second largest home help employer, will be present to talk about the association’s needs. “We take in people who are qualified or not, because we are fortunate to have a training service in the department,” she says. What you want, above all else, is to get rid of prejudices. “Home help, these are real jobs, you can develop into. I know someone who, in 8 years, started helping at home and just got into nursing school.”

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The staff are not isolated either. “In ADMR, the supervisory staff gives a lot,” sweeps Hélène de Conti. Another good news, not least: wages were reassessed last October.

an appointment

Four workshops scheduled during the week of January 24-30. Monday January 24 in the morning in Breton, Tuesday afternoon the 25th in La Capelle-Marival, Wednesday morning the 26th in Karjac and Thursday 27 in La Tronquiere. Each time, it will be possible for the participants, after the virtual reality simulation sessions, to meet directly with their employers to learn more about their current and future needs.

Frank Mccarthy

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