The professionalisation training is an employment measure aimed to develop the professional reintegration of the most vulnerable populations on the labour market, such as:
Traineeships have a duration of 6 weeks at the most. People who are considered to be highly qualified, i.e. those who have successfully completed at least 3 years of university level education (bac +3), may have the duration of the traineeship increased to 9 weeks if the position meets their qualifications.
A professional traineeship at a company is an unpaid. The trainee is however entitled to an allowance paid by the ADEM, on the basis of an attendance record.
Another advantage of this scheme is that the employer who hires—under a full-time permanent contract—a trainee who is either at least 45 years old at the moment the traineeship ends, or a professional in external redeployment, or a disabled employee, is entitled, upon request, to be reimbursed 50% of the minimum social wage for unskilled employees by the ADEM for the 12 months following the hiring.
As public transport will be free of charge from 1 March 2020, the Adapto transport service is evolving as well. A reform of this service aimed at people with reduced mobility, or irreversible disabilities or impairments will bring about a number of changes.
On 28 February 2020, the Luxembourg Business Registers (LBR) changes the connection method to its portal. The username/password authentication method will be abandoned.
Les 21 et 25 février 2020, la House of Entrepreneurship - One stop shop organise, dans ses locaux, deux ateliers sur la création et la reprise d’une entreprise.