Ascencia is your best partner for the recruitment of your work-study students or trainees but also for the continuous professional training.
We fully support you in your recruitment process, offering you a selection of learners corresponding to your business needs. The goal is obviously to accompany them in their training project but also to make them autonomous and competent in your core business. We offer a selection of learners from post-bac to Bac+5 in various fields such as business, sales, communication, marketing, human resources, international trade or management.
We also put at your service for your training projects three major assets:
Our business model, which is based on the complementarity between initial training and continuing education, allows us to offer up-to-date materials at the best price, perfectly adapted to your needs.
Pedagogical engineering is at the heart of our concerns in order to constantly offer you the most innovative approaches in formats that comply with the requirements of professional training funding schemes.
Our partner companies are invited to host information meetings. Come and show learners how you work, as well as the work-study positions.
We also organize recruitment events at our schools, where several potential tutors come to our premises to conduct speed recruitment interviews with our students for their work-study positions.
This particular type of fixed-term or open-ended contract allows the beneficiary to obtain a State Diploma, a recognized title or a professional qualification.
< 21 years old: 65% of the SMIC. 21 to 26 years old: 80% of the SMIC. > 26 years old: cannot be less than the minimum wage or 85% of the minimum wage provided for by the company’s collective agreement.
Fillon law reduction: system for reducing employers’ social security contributions (social insurance, family allowances, work-related accidents, etc.).
Remuneration below the SMIC between 55% and 80% of the SMIC (variable according to the branch agreement).
Training paid for by your OPCO (Opérateur de Compétences) according to branch agreements.
Tutoring assistance of up to €1,380.
Hiring assistance for companies with fewer than 250 employees (Decree No. 2011-523 of May 16, 2011).
Working hours include time spent in training.
His contract does not entitle him to the DIF.
An employee on a professionalization contract is not taken into account when calculating the number of employees for social and tax purposes.
At the end of the professionalization contract, the precariousness indemnity (1%) is not due.
The training costs are covered by the OPCO to which the company has paid its professionalization contributions. The professional branches define orientations and priorities in terms of qualification; it is according to these priorities that the OPCOs validate the financing of training. If the OPCO does not finance the entirety of the training, the host company may be asked to supplement the cost of the training.
(within the framework of our Ms Operational Management of Activities, given on our site of Paris – la Défense)
The apprenticeship contract is a work-study contract in which the young “apprentice” shares his or her work between a company that employs him or her and a training establishment where he or she attends classes. It allows you to receive a professional qualification, confirmed by a vocational education diploma. The apprenticeship contract can only be set up once the partnership agreement has been signed between the company and the establishment.
The apprentice is paid a percentage of the minimum wage (SMIC). This percentage varies according to the age and experience of the apprentice, from 25% to 78% of the SMIC.
However, his or her remuneration may be higher than the SMIC if the company applies agreements (collective agreement or professional branches, companies…) proposing a minimum wage higher than the SMIC.
To learn more about the apprenticeship tax, click here.
Within the framework of the agreement with Ascencia, the company takes charge of all or part of the tuition fees of a student.
The apprentice receives an allowance equal to 15% of the hourly Social Security ceiling in proportion to the time spent in the company. The company covers the cost of tuition.
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