The Transitory Employment Initiative: A Novelty in Job Seeking
Opening of a Unique Enterprise
In an effort to approach unemployment from a fresh angle, the Transitory Employment Initiative is set to begin at the AFPA Center in Champs sur Marne on November 21. This pioneering approach encourages job seekers to become more than applicants; it transforms them into active co-operators in a business venture designed to last seven weeks.
Innovative Employment Strategy: Embracing an Active Role
The program is engineered to empower a group of 60 job seekers by inviting them to collaborate and unite within the temporary corporate framework. As collaborators, their main goal is to carry out market research and identify needs, a process that facilitates a deeper understanding of the local job market, ultimately matching workforce demands with company recruitment challenges. To achieve success, the temporary organization mirrors a traditional company structure, incorporating departments like human resources and communications.
Backing and Results of the Initiative
Managed by Le 30Fab, this initiative is not only approved by Pôle emploi under the #TousMobilisés label but also gains support from the DDETS through revitalizing funding as per the Conforama Agreement. It is a collective endeavor uniting partners across the Marne-la-Vallée employment area to combat long-term unemployment and address hiring difficulties. To orchestrate this, information sessions have been held in concert with various Public Employment Services, the M2IE, and the Paris Vallée de la Marne agglomeration.
Statistics are promising, showing that within six months post-program, about 57 to 75 percent of participants secure employment. This experimental scheme has spread across nearly 30 territories throughout Metropolitan France, benefiting over 1,216 job seekers of diverse statuses.
There is a strong belief in the project’s continued momentum during its iteration in Champs-sur-Marne.
How to Get Involved
Candidates interested in partaking in this transient business enterprise can submit their applications through the dedicated website.
For further details, contact:
- Sandrine Gineste at 06 11 18 26 11
- Email correspondence via
As this initiative unfolds, it marks a hopeful chapter for those navigating the complexities of the job market, potentially shifting the paradigm of traditional employment searching methods.