Contract signing: AXA and Local Mission

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Signing of the agreement with AXA on the formation of a local mutual company

The Center Communal d 'Action Sociale Board of Directors on 19 February approved the agreement to sign an agreement with AXA, Roland DUMESTRE (Vic-en-Bigorre Agency), to establish a mutual agreement.

In fact, the agency AXA can now offer vicquois to call themselves on interesting terms.

This initiative should enable everyone to gain access to complementary health and benefit from an attractive price: "My health". The offer is simple and accessible to all, with no medical questionnaire or age limit.

If residents justify their status as residents of the community, they may be given the opportunity to subscribe to the AXA offer. It includes 3 guarantees: 100%, 125% and 150%. Optional modules (hospital, optical and dental costs etc.) can also be offered.

AXA will organize an information meeting in the city hall in the coming weeks. Roland DUMESTRE, AXA Partner, explains the details of the offer and answers all questions. The municipality informs the Vicquois about the date of the meeting.

Administrés who are interested in the offer can get closer to the agency AXA:

31 boulevard d & # 39; Alsace in Vic-en-Bigorre

05 62 96 79 56 / agence.dumestre@axa.fr


Signing of the agreement with the local mission to implement the Employment Competencies (PEC) contract

Since 1 January 2018, the funded contracts have been converted into a career path for qualifications (PEC) to facilitate the occupational integration of persons farthest from employment.

This contract must enable the hired employee to further develop his or her professional career and to more effectively claim a permanent position in the desired area. In fact, the PEC system must be part of a skills development logic, in particular through a training course (not necessarily a degree, but a pre-qualification course).

These PEC contracts require the signing of a tripartite agreement between the retired person, the employer and the prescribing physician (Pôle Emploi, Mission Locale or Cap Emploi). In this way, the skills of the newly hired person can be determined in advance.

In addition, the employer is financially supported by the state as part of the Parcours Emploi Compétences program. The Occitania region has set the state's share of these contracts at 50% of the minimum growth (SMIC). This rate increases by 10% for communities in the rural revitalization zone.

The municipality of Vic-en-Bigorre wanted to employ Thomas LETIEVENT on the career path Emploi Compétences to enable him to enter the professional world. Under the terms of the contract, the state supports the municipality of Vic-en-Bigorre up to 60% (depending on the rate and increase in the region).

The three actors of this device are:

  • The Hautes-Pyrénées local mission, represented by Yves LOUPRET – departmental director,
  • The municipality of Vic-en-Bigorre, represented by Clément MENET – mayor,
  • Thomas LETIEVENT.

Thomas LETIEVENT, followed by the local mission and owner of a CAP thermal installer, wants to use his skills for the benefit of the community.

He will be recruited as a polyvalent technical service agent for one year from 5 March 2019 and will discover the mission sign and the maintenance of green spaces, maintenance and rehabilitation of communal buildings carried out by the agents of the Municipal Workshops of the Vic-en-Bigorre Municipality (management). Logistics, roads, mechanics …).

As part of his competence development Thomas LETIEVENT will participate in a training course:

  • CACES Cariste – Material Handling R389 (Lifts),
  • Training for dealing with conflicts and degraded situations
  • Training directly related to his desire for professional development and his duties in the commune by the CNFPT (laying of tiles and stoneware, initiation and preparation of electrification BE-BS, rescuers at work)

The local mission is monitored throughout the year through quarterly meetings and a final evaluation. In fact, it will vouch for the increase in skills of Thomas LETIEVENT.