The inclusion through marketplace of people with disability: development, evolution and sustainable professionalization
Palavras-chave:People with disabilities, Social inclusion, Affirmative actions
Although almost thirty years have passed since the presentation of Law 8,213 of July 1991, introducing in the Brazilian labor marketplace a hiring obligation, the debate about the contribution of companies to the development of this professional profile is still up to date. However, there is a legislative imposition in Brazil for hiring professionals with disabilities, companies still have difficulty in attract, develop, and retain these employees within their functional staff. However, three decades after the first lines were written towards greater inclusion within the national organizational environment, there is a sight of progress with the themes connected with the increase in diversity within companies, based on the presence of people with disabilities, however, there is still a space for progress in terms of including this same portion of the staffing layers. This study seeks to analyze development actions carried out within companies in the state of São Paulo, to determine whether they promote the evolution and professionalization of people with disabilities beyond the fulfillment of the quota imposed by the 1991 law. The assumed methodology of this study is characterized as descriptive with a qualitative approach. The technical procedure adopted is bibliographic research. Among the results, it was identified practical actions oriented to the human development of people with disabilities beyond the borders of the current company, actively strengthening the potentiality of this sensitive professional profile.