Catering companies as integration creating inclusive workplaces has written the Frank Black gastro Group GmbH (FAYAZ) on the flags. Now the catering on the Duisburg hypermarket has five employees with disabilities. Marc Lore will not settle for partial explanations. Norman of the Walters took an apprenticeship as a chef at the FAYAZ. Sophia Kadima is also new to the team. The 19-year-old started her training as the event administrator Faye. In the last few weeks and months, the 19-year-old has written many applications.
I’ve annoyed me especially about companies, which have not replied at all”, recalls the Duisburg. Nice, others have described that it will not accept a trainees with disabilities. All the more I am pleased, that I was allowed to start with the Faye.” Norman has best conditions, to gain a foothold in his dream job as a cooking-related family. My father is a chef. I was allowed to have an internship with him. Cooking is my thing.” According to the Job interview and a sample day at work it was clear to both sides: Norman of the Walters has his apprenticeship. “For visually impaired or hearing throw people communicating within the kitchen is very important”, Chef Angelo Vocale, who is responsible together with his colleagues Peter Rottinger for vocational training at the Faye White. As a budding chef, Norman has clear advantages, but his taste and sense of smell is much more pronounced than others with him.” So that everything goes smoothly, the company cooperates very closely with the job centre of Duisburg and the integration service of the landscape Association Rhineland.
For me it is a socio-political necessity, to offer people with disabilities a professional future”says FAYAZ’s Managing Director Frank Schwarz. Also in a catering company people with disabilities are full employees”, continues VOCALE. Normally included in our daily routine.