There are 11 592 people registered as unemployed with the State Employment Service for the Republic of Tatarstan as of 14 November 2017 (9 people more in comparison to showings of the last week). Officially registered unemployment rate amounted to 0,56% of the economically active population in Tatarstan.
Specialist of the Government Employment Service for the Republic of Tatarstan carried out an inspection of individual businessmen that received the lump-sum payment provided by acquisition and state registration of legal personality, individual businessman or farm household in 2016 – 2017.
Cerebral palsy is a group of problems that affect body movement and posture. It is related to a brain injury or to problems with brain development. It is one of the most common causes of lasting disability in children. Specialists in rehabilitation and logopaedist of the Rehabilitation Centre for Children with disabilities in Laishevo municipal district use innovative rehabilitation techniques in their daily work with children with special needs.
Deputy Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Protection of the Republic of Tatarstan Natalya Butayeva is expected to take part in Q&A live phone-in that will be organized upon the initiative of Arguments & Facts –Kazan weekly newspaper tomorrow.
Number of unemployed registered with the State Employment Service for the Republic of Tatarstan decreased by 36 people over the last week and amounted to 3 672 people out of occupation in the capital of Tatarstan - Kazan. The number of unemployed decreased as well in such monotowns as Naberezhnye Chelny, Zelenodolsk, Kamkiye Polyany, Chistopol and Mendeleyevsk.
Another lesson on professional orientation was given by specialists of the Employment Centre and psychologists for students of Cadet School of Spassky municipal district on 15 November 2017.
The lesson gathered 51 students. All of them were offered to pass career orientation tests with the aim to make the right choice of their future career.
Child abuse and neglect are serious problems that can have lasting harmful effects on its victims. The goal in preventing child abuse and neglect is clear—to stop this violence from happening in the first place. Safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for all children and families can prevent abuse and help all children reach their full potential.
Zhanna Khayrova, deputy head of the Employment Centre of Naberezhnye Chelny took part in a round-table discussion devoted to issues of disabled employment. The meeting was coincided with the World Sight Day and All-Russian Campaign “White Cane Walks across the Country”. The meeting was held in a public reception office of political party United Russia.
Another lesson on professional orientation was recently given by Leysan Nasyrova, psychologist of the Complex Social Service Centre to schoolchildren of 8-th forms of several public general schools in Tukayevo municipal district.