Civil Service Newsletter February 2014 Issus No.89
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  The Chief Executive appoints Under Secretaries
 
  Senior staff on the move
 
  Experience sharing sessions on employment of persons with disabilities
 
  Updates of Civil Service Bureau’s website
 
  National studies training 20th anniversary commemoration
   
 
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Experience sharing sessions on employment of persons with disabilities
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AS an ongoing effort to promote the Government’s policy on employment of persons with disabilities, the Civil Service Bureau (CSB) has organised three half-day experience sharing sessions for the human resources managers of all bureaux/departments (B/Ds) over the past three months. The sharing sessions sought to enhance participants’ awareness and understanding of the application of Government’s policy in relation to the employment of persons with disabilities and the implementation of relevant facilitating measures.
 
 
Representatives from different bureaux/departments and organisations were invited to speak at the sharing sessions.
Representatives from different bureaux/departments and organisations were invited to speak at the sharing sessions.
 
 

Representatives from different B/Ds and organisations, including the Labour and Welfare Bureau, CSB, Labour Department, Social Welfare Department, Food and Environmental Hygiene Department, Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong International Theme Park Company Limited and Vocational Training Council, were invited to speak at the sharing sessions. Each speaker provided useful information and practical advice on various areas concerning the employment of persons with disabilities, such as the application of prevailing Government’s policy and guidelines, the work of the Labour Department’s Selective Placement Division, assistance and accommodation offered to facilitate the integration of staff with disabilities in the workplace and other relevant initiatives, including the Talent-Wise Employment Charter and Inclusive Organisations Recognition Scheme and the Sunnyway Programme.