Fundación ONCE and the Repsol Foundation promote employment for disabled people
Both parties have signed a framework agreement that will drive job creation associated with the energy transition and sustainability.
The Repsol Foundation and Fundación ONCE have signed a framework agreement that will govern their collaboration to promote the social inclusion of people with disabilities, particularly those from the most vulnerable groups.
António Calçada, vice-president of the Repsol Foundation, and José Luis Martnez Donoso, executive managing director of Fundación ONCE, signed the agreement at the Repsol Campus.
The agreement will encourage collaboration between the two companies on projects related to sustainable employment, specifically the energy transition and the creation of green jobs for a sustainable future.
António Calçada, for his part, emphasized the importance of the Repsol Foundation responding to the major employment and social challenges posed by the energy transition, allowing this transformation to be inclusive.
"We are committed to employability and training for employability within the energy transition of the most vulnerable groups, particularly people with disabilities," he said, "which is why we have signed this agreement with Fundación ONCE, a long-standing partner in the integration of people with disabilities in our Company and the Repsol Foundation through various projects."
Following the signing, José Luis Martnez Donoso emphasized the various initiatives that both entities have developed over the last few years.
"Repsol is a model company for us, not only in terms of hiring people with disabilities, but also in terms of awareness and action in terms of accessibility and worker treatment," he said. "This agreement is a source of satisfaction and further proof that collaboration works," he emphasized.
Source: Repsol news