Preparação e inserção da pessoa com deficiência no mercado de trabalho
Santos, Allyne Cristina dos
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Since 1950, people with deficiency have been inserted in the job market. From this decade much has been made for inclusion of these people, things like, new laws were created as guarantee of their rights. But in the companies opinion, these laws began to be fulfilled just to avoid penalties, labeling and stigmatizing these people as unable to perform work functions. Actually, the form work of the person with deficiency needs to be conquered by their own effort and designed by the society, by ability and not because the law protects them like charitable way or by percentage of vacancies, which contributed to the spread of stigma. As shown raised some questions: How are been prepared and inserted the people with deficiency in the job market? These people are been qualified adequately to the competitive job market? This Project aims to verify how the people with deficiency are being prepared in the vocational courses and how are been inserted and included in the job market. The sample consisted of three groups of participants: i) six people with disabilities who have completed vocational courses and were inserted in the job market, ii) five teachers of vocational courses, and iii) three representatives of the company. Data collection was through semi-structured interviews and observation records. The instruments underwent a pilot study to check the semantic aspect. The data collection was through semi-structured interviews and observation records. The data treatment occurred through Content Analysis that consists in explaining and systematize the message content and meaning it. According to the results of the study, we can understand that in participating institution, workers with disabilities are currently satisfied with their working conditions and feel fulfilled with activities that develop. The company proved to be committed to fulfilling his social role and tries to include these workers the most appropriate manner. And by teachers of vocational courses, despite some difficulties in teaching-learning process, sought to provide a quality education and adequate to ensure an effective labor insertion of these people.