This Special Employment Centre is focused on the full dedication of all its business resources in a clear and concise objective:

Realization of all types of projects that have among their bases the employment integration of disabled people, raising all these from a perspective of business education towards CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.

Servidis is an entity that has focused its activity on the socio-labour inclusion of people with functional diversity through the provision of services and products.

 

Qualified as a "SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT CENTRE" by the Canary Islands Employment Service since 2005, it has become a benchmark in the creation and implementation of innovative integration systems through an open business movement that promotes a business concept where social action is integrated into the insertion of people with functional diversity in the world of work.

 

Servidis is focused on the full dedication of all its business resources with a clear and concise objective: implementation of all types of projects that have among their bases the socio-labour integration of disabled people, raising all this from a perspective of business education towards CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.

 

It is intended that any company not only comply with the General Law on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, but also acquire a commitment on the multiple social and labor actions that can be carried out, taking into account their individual characteristics, to revert part of their effort to the Canary Islands society.

 

The centre's business project revolves around the integration into the labour market of people with disabilities and at risk of social exclusion through supported employment, training and the development of their personal skills, since it is based on the premise that paid work favours the inclusion of any person in society.

 

Servidis also promotes, organises and disseminates socio-cultural and sporting activities aimed at all its users, whether or not they belong to the group of people with functional diversity, extending the coverage of needs in these areas.

 

DISABILITY ALSO MEANS QUALITY, something that Servidis has demonstrated by obtaining the Quality (ISO R9001) and Environment (R14001) Certification, since 2009, becoming the first Canary Islands Special Employment Centre to obtain this recognition.

 

(4001), desde el año 2009 , convirtiéndose en el primer Centro Especial de Empleo Canario en obtener dicho reconocimiento.

PEOPLE

The centre's business project revolves around the integration into the labour market of people with disabilities and at risk of social exclusion through supported employment, training and the development of their personal skills, since it is based on the premise that paid work favours the inclusion of any person in society.

Servidis also promotes, organises and disseminates socio-cultural and sporting activities aimed at all its users, whether or not they belong to the group of people with functional diversity, extending the coverage of needs in these areas.

WE BET FOR THE INCLUSION

General Disability Law (Former LISMI Law)

The LGD (former LISMI law) establishes that all Spanish public and private companies, whose workforce (total number of employees regardless of the type of contract) is 50 or more workers, must have a "reserve quota in favour of people with disabilities". In other words, reserve 2% of the workforce for people with a disability equal to or greater than 33%.

Royal Legislative Decree 1/2013, of 29 November, approving the Revised Text of the General Law
the rights of persons with disabilities and their social inclusion.

Hire through Alternative Measures

It is possible to comply with the law thanks to a series of Alternative Measures in force in the current General Disability Law (upon request for a Certificate of Exceptionality). SERVIDIS in collaboration with the prestigious Asesoria Armando Sánchez Díaz we offer management services and legal advice for compliance with the LGD through these measures:

 

  • Hire a self-employed worker with a disability or a Special Employment Centre for the supply of raw materials, machinery, capital goods or any other type of goods necessary for the normal development of commercial activity.

  • Hire a self-employed worker with a disability or a Special Employment Centre for the provision of services that are not related to the normal activity of the company.

  • To make donations to non-profit organisations whose aim is the social integration of people with disabilities.

  • The constitution of a work enclave, after signing a contract with a Special Employment Centre.

For each Alternative Measure there are a number of amounts that must be met for each worker not directly employed on the workforce:

In the case of opting for a Special Employment Centre, the annual hiring amount must be at least three times the annual Multiple Effects Public Income Indicator (IPREM) per non-contracted disabled worker.

*For 2016 it is 19,170.39 euros (three times the IPREM of 6,390.13 euros).

In the case of donations or sponsorship activities, these must correspond to 1.5 the annual IPREM for each worker with non-contracted functional diversity.

*For 2016 it is 9,585.19 euros (1.5 times the IPREM of 7455.14 euros).

More Legislation

Law 26/2011, of 1 August, on normative adaptation to the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Royal Decree 1494/2007, of 12 November, approving the Regulation on access for people with functional diversity to technologies, products and services related to the information society and the media.

Law 39/2006, of 14 December, on the Promotion of Personal Autonomy and Care for Dependent Persons.

Royal Decree 1971/1999, of 23 December, on the procedure for the recognition, declaration and qualification of the degree of disability.

Modalities and incentives for hiring people with disabilities.

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