New decree – Kocher: Asylum seekers only for jobs that nobody wants

Natives and integrated foreigners are given preference
The basic requirement for asylum seekers to gain access to the labor market is that they have been admitted to the asylum procedure for at least three months and that they have protection against deportation. The decree makes it clear, however, that they may only be employed after a “consistent labor market test” and after unanimous approval in the AMS regional advisory board. Specifically, the AMS is intended to provide companies that want to employ asylum seekers with replacement workers from the ranks of the existing unemployed – also on a supraregional level. “All possibilities must be exhausted in order to fill the vacancy with available nationals or foreign nationals who are integrated into the labor market,” writes Kocher.

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