Employment with support
You have the opportunity to step into or back into work, while the employer receives a contribution to your salary.
An opportunity for those who have an ongoing introduction plan to try out a job, with the extra support of a supervisor in the workplace.
You can get support and help from a person at your workplace if you have reduced working capacity due to a disability. Your employer will then receive a grant to allocate staff for this.
When you need help getting into the labour market. You can combine the introductory job with studies, which improves your own skills and meets employers' needs.
If you have reduced working capacity due to a disability, you can get a job that is tailored to your circumstances. At the same time, your employer can receive financial support for your wages.
If you have been unemployed for a long time or been away from working life, because of illness for example, a new start job gives you a chance to start again.
There may be labour market policy projects in your area that we run together with others. If there is an appropriate project in your area, you may be invited to participate.
If you feel uncomfortable in social situations at work or unsure about what psychosocial requirements apply in the workplace, you can get help from us.
With a job at Samhall, you have the opportunity to develop your ability to work and your professional skills. You have support and supervision while there.
Support and matching is for those who need intensive and individually adapted support when looking for a job. You will be assisted by a supervisor from one of our suppliers. The supervisor supports you on your path to work or studies.
If you have a disability, you can get support and help when you are looking for a job or when you are new to a workplace. A support person will help you train for tasks and other things that are needed for you to get a job.