Benchmarking in the Fields of Vocational Training, Sheltered Employment, and Sheltered Workshops
The number of countries offering chances for people with disabilities through remote work is rising. The systems at hand are acknowledged as providing full engagement of the populace in the economy. Sheltered facility operators and other service providers for people with special needs employ management models are drawn from the business world, including quality assurance practices, to get ISO 9000 accreditation (Visier, 347). However, institutional techniques have changed in response to various legal circumstances, from particular organizational law requirements to a nation’s general business law (Visier, 347). While the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has implemented a sheltered employment program, including vocational training and workshops, the model is constrained and dissimilar from other nations like Sweden and Canada; hence, the nation can learn some crucial lessons to put the best practice into practice in these areas.
In the UAE, vocational training, protected employment, and protected workshops
The UAE requires equal and fair employment for those with special needs. The nation has ratified the UNCRPD, which establishes standards for employment for individuals with disabilities (“Employment of People of Determination”). Although it has particular rules for how people are employed, the standards there are lower than in other nations, especially those with sophisticated economies. The laws safeguarding citizens (“Employment of People of Determination”) include Federal Law No. 29 of 2006 Concerning the Rights of People with Special Needs and Dubai Government Law No. 2 of 2014. Individuals with special needs are required by national law to work and serve in public office. As a result, their difficulties should not prevent them from being considered for any position. Their requirements should also be considered when determining whether they are qualified for the job (“Employment of People of Determination”). For these workers, the law in the UAE offers excellent prospects.