Pôle emploi

Each local agency has a specialist employment advisor for people with disabilities
The “Cap emploi” network

These specialized placement organizations work with employers and people with disabilities to promote the integration and retention of this population in employment.
Local missions They help young people with disabilities, aged 16 to 25 inclusive, to define their professional project and support them towards employment.
L’Agefiph, Association of fund management for l’insertion professional People with Disabilities,







Its mission is to promote the employment of disabled people and more specifically to:

· Find a job,

· Receive training,

Keep a job

·Or even start a business.


It offers a range of services and financial aid to training centers, private companies and people with disabilities.

Training aid is granted as a priority to finance training activities prior to qualification or to compensate for the disability. https://www.agefiph.fr/employeur

Its equivalent in the civil service is the Fiphfp, Fund for

the integration of people disabled in the public function

It aims to enable any agent with a disability to experience full citizenship, particularly through employment.

It supports public employers and takes up the daily challenge of equality in the areas of employment and

accessibility. The financing of training aid covers educational costs, part of the agent's payroll and costs relating to training.

Unique place of reception, the Home departmental People with Disabilities (MDPH)


Carries out a mission of welcoming, informing, supporting and advising disabled people and their families, as well as raising awareness of all citizens about disabilities.

Disability training resources (RHF)






















To allow people with disabilities to access “common law” training by taking disability better into account. This new service offers support for:


·         Co-construct solutions for developing training courses Support in the diagnosis of needs, search for compensation solutions, securing the entire training course

training… by mobilizing and linking together cross-expertise (person with a disability, training organization, course referent, disability specialist, employer, etc.).

·         Support training stakeholders to better meet their obligations in Terms

accessibility and disability compensation Capitalization of practices, existing resources in the territories, animation, awareness, professionalization, mobilization of financing partners and training operators.

Work support establishments and services (ESAT) Who Formerly called the Work Support Center,the Esat is a medico-social establishment.

It is a structure that allows people in a situation of

disability to exercise a professional activity while benefiting from medico-social and educational support in

belong to the sector






arranged working conditions. This structure welcomes people who have not acquired enough autonomy to work in an ordinary environment or in a company adapted to their needs.
Adapted Companies (EA) which fall within the adapted sector.







LEA, called a “protected workshop” until 2005, belongs to the commercial sector.

The specificity of the adapted company is to employ at least 80% disabled workers. Some of them -

the Work from Home Distribution Centers (DTDCs) – are specialized in the employment of people who are unable to travel. The adapted company allows a disabled worker to carry out a professional activity in conditions adapted to their abilities. The disabled worker has the status of employee and is subject to the same rules as other employees.

OETH Network










The OETH is at your side and at your disposal to support your establishment in terms of:

• recruitment of disabled workers

• job retention or professional retraining of your employees with disabilities

• disability prevention

• anticipation of incapacity and risky situations

• training of your Human Resources departments to take into account disability within your work teams

• awareness of disability among your employees, staff representative bodies, partners

• development of purchases in the Protected and Adapted Sector

• implementation of a disability policy

L’ADAPT Is a 1901 law association, recognized as being of public utility.

She accompanies the disabled person in their ordinary struggle, that of their daily life so that we can

“Living together, equal and different” (associative project 2016-2022).

With 110 establishments and services support, training, integration, schooling or care, LADAPT supports France every year over 19

000 people (2018 figures).

LADAPT has been organizing the Week for the Employment of People with Disabilities since 1997, which has enjoyed growing success each year, and evolved in 2015 into Semaine européenne pour l’emploi des personnes handicapées

Are services supporting the continued employment of disabled workers.

They are financed by the FIPHFP for the public service and by Agefiph for the private sector.

These services therefore make it possible to obtain aid from Agefiph for the continued employment of disabled workers in the private sector in order to avoid the dismissal of an employee who has become unfit for their position.

Beneficiaries :

·         Recognized employee handicapped worker by the Committee on Personal Rights and Autonomy.

·         Any beneficiary of a work accident or occupational illness pension greater than 10% , in these cases, it is not necessary to apply for recognition as a disabled worker.

  Are in France as in other countries, organizations responsible for representing the interests

The companies commercial, industrial and service sectors in a geographical area and to provide them with certain services.

CCIs are one of the three types of consular chamber avec les chambers of agriculture and the chambers of trades and crafts.

Those are public establishments, called by the legislator “public economic establishments”, which can, in addition, manage equipment for the benefit of these companies.

Are structures in the medical-educational sector.

The SESSADs therefore express a desire to keep disabled children or adolescents in their environment, whenever possible. They work with children and young people in individual or collective integration.

The Scheduled Accessibility Agenda (Ad’AP) allows any manager/owner to'establishment open to the public (ERP) to continue or achieve the accessibility of its establishment after January 1, 2015.


However, the development of a Scheduled Accessibility Agenda allows you to comply and, above all, to open your businesses, offices, etc. to all.

The Scheduled Accessibility Agenda corresponds to a commitment to carry out work within a specific time frame