One of the Global Pact’s Sustainable Development Objectives, to which the Institut Guttmann has made the most relevant commitment, is to ensure that equal opportunities are real and effective, not only through all the activities it carries out as a social initiative entity and for the standardisation of the diversity of capabilities and the equal rights of people with disabilities, but also through its Human Resources Policy for the development of labour relations based on equal opportunities, non-discrimination and respect for diversity, promoting a favourable environment, facilitating conciliation measures and respecting current legislation.
Therefore, the organization is based on the basic principles of action of:
– To guarantee the quality of employment.
– Promote measures to reconcile work and family life.
– To guarantee the principle of equal opportunities between women and men.
In relation to the labour and professional insertion and development of people with disabilities, and according to its founding statutes, for the provision of new jobs, the Institut Guttmann discriminates positively in favour of candidates with a disability certificate, provided that they are duly qualified for the work to be done and have the personal profile and skills required for their proper development. Below are the figures relating to staff with a recognised disability.
NUMBER OF PROFESSIONALS WITH DISABILITIES BY SEX AND AGE:
|From 35 to 50 y/o||7||0||7||36,8%|
NUMBER OF PROFESSIONALS WITH DISABILITIES BY SEX AND PROFESSIONAL CATEGORY:
|Doctors – Psychologists – Pharmacists||1||0||1||5,3%|
|Phisiotherapists – Occupational therapists – Physical education instructors||3||0||3||15,8%|
|Social workers – Speech therapists||1||0||1||5,3%|
These 19 professionals have a recognised disability, and represent 4.0% of the staff, exceeding the 2% established by law (this calculation has been made in accordance with the First Additional Provision of Royal Decree 364/2005, of 8 April).
ACTIONS TO RECONCILE BIRTH AND CHILDCARE AND PREGNANCY HAZARD AND SOCIAL BENEFITS
In 2019 Decree Law 6/2019 (BOE of 7 March 2019) lays the foundations for a new reconciliation of work and family life and opens a new scenario of co-responsibility for childcare.
100% of the professionals who were entitled to leave due to the birth and care of the child or hazard of pregnancy, exercised their right to enjoy it.
|Birth and care of a child||11||7||18||75,0%|
NOTE: New regulations come into force in April 2019