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Labour Hiring Bonus Programme (Programa de bonificación a la contratación de la mano de obra) (2001-2010)

 

 

Date: 2001-2010
Description: The programme promotes the reintegration of unemployed workers through training and participation in productive projects developed by private companies. The program includes two modalities, a subsidy to the company to hire workers, and an amount addressed to finance training activities for the workers hired under the program (delivered once).
   

Characteristics

Target population: Unemployed people
Area of intervention: Indirect job creation
Geographic scale: National
Targeting method: Categorical
   

Institutionality

Legal framework:
Responsible organization(s): National Training and Employment Service (SENCE)
Executing organization(s): National Training and Employment Service (SENCE)
Source of funding: Government of Chile
   

1) Regular

Recipient(s): Unemployed population that does not participate in Chile Solidario
Description: It considers a bonus to companies corresponding to 40% of the monthly minimum wage, for four months period. The training bonus is equivalent to CLP $ 50,000

 

2) Chile Solidario

Recipient(s): Unemployed population, participant in Chile Solidario
Description: It considers a bonus to companies corresponding to 40% of the monthly minimum wage, during maximum four months. The training bonus is equivalent to CLP $ 50,000.

 

3) Jovenes Chile Solidario

Recipient(s): Unemployed youth (between 18 and 24 years old) participating in the Chile Solidario system
Description: The subsidy corresponds to 50% of the minimum wage between 5 and 12 months and the training. The amount is equivalent to CLP $ 60,000.

 

Evaluación de impacto: Programa de bonificación a la contratación de mano de obra

Author: AGROUC Foundation
Date: 2009
Publication info:
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Impact evaluation

 

 

 

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