ÉrtékPlacc

CONFERENCE ON CREATING VALUE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

BUDAPEST
17-18 JANUARY 2020
CASTLE GARDEN BAZAAR

EMBERI ERŐFORRÁSOK MINISZTÉRIUMA
“What’s more, this is not easy work, it is physically and mentally tiring. (…) They bear the sort of burden that would justify them receiving more attention. (…) And this is precisely why we are constantly reaching out to those social groups whose difficult situation we can help.”
Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister

Fülöp AttilaThanks to the continually strengthening Hungarian economy and the jointly undertaken social responsibility, we can mobilize an ever-greater resource pool to expand the employment of people with reduced working capacity. This is the type of national economic interest where the interests of the largest corporate enterprises, domestic SMEs and the state all converge.

A recent study conducted in Hungary shows that employees with reduced working capacity not only have a positive impact on the workplace community but they also represent value economically speaking since workers active in this form have lower levels of fluctuation, they are extremely reliable and they are particularly capable of handling monotony.

It is not only the state-owned companies KÉZMŰ-ERFO-FŐKEFE and SZEFO, which employ nearly 10,000 people, that prove that the economic added value of employees with reduced working capacity is outstanding, but enterprises in the private sector that have acquired experience in this area similarly agree. There is no better proof of this than the fact that more than 300 businesses contract the state companies to manufacture products, including top international brands.

Although over the past few years there has been significant growth in this employment form, since there was nearly a doubling in the proportion of employed in just a few years, according to estimates there are still close to 150,000 who, with the right support, could be given employment.

In 2020, we would like to bind even more closely the social responsibility of the market and the state sector in the social sphere, too, channelling into this outstanding international expertise in the field. The first such occasion is the ÉrtékPlacc International Conference in Castle Garden Bazaar on 17-18 January 2020.

However, ÉrtékPlacc is not merely a conference. It is at the same time a common virtual and physical space in the course of which we travel the length and breadth of the country in order to create a forum where those concerned and employers can meet each other, where anyone – in just the same way as in a market – can look at, feel or try out those products and services produced to the very highest standards by people with reduced working capacity.

We really look forward to meeting you at an ÉrtékPlacc!


Attila Fülöp


Ministry of Human Capacities
State Secretary with Responsibility for Social Affairs
PROGRAMME

Hostess of the Event: Anna Nagy, Director of the Single Parent Center
Host of the Event: Attila Fülöp, State Secretary for Social Affairs, Ministry of Human Capacities

17th January

9.00-10.00
Registration, Coffehouse
 
10.00-10.10
STARTERS
 
10.00-10.06
“Light and tones” - Lőrinc Barabás Live Act and Dirty Led Light Crew show
10.06-10.10
“Why?” – Attila Fülöp, State Secretary for Social Affairs, Ministry of Human Capacities
 
10.10-11.00
ÉrtékPlacc FIRST ACT – What is value creating worth?
10.10-10.18
Ministry of Human Capacities, Hungary
10.23-10.31
Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy, Poland
10.32-10.40
Jonathan Kaufman, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter, professor emeritus, USA
10.42-10.50
Willem Ivo R. Coppens, Managing Director, Rissmann GmbH., Germany
10.52-11.00
Máté Kovács, Chief Operations Officer, Nanushka
 
11.00-11.55
ÉrtékPlacc SECOND ACT – Charity or employment? Which is cheaper?
11.04-11.12
Attila Fülöp, State Secretary for Social Affairs
11.14-11.22
Dr. Mónika Herberger, Head of Occupational Health Department, Audi Hungary Ltd.
11.25-11.33
József Zahari, E.ON Hungária Zrt.
11.35-12.43
Gábor Tárai Vice-President, Bosch group
 
11.45-11:50
Bolyki Brothers
 
12.00-13.25
Buffet lunch
 
13.25-14.00
ÉrtékPlacc THIRD ACT- Is taking responsibility economically worth it?
13.31-13.39
Andrea Bártfai-Mager, Minister without portfolio in charge of National Assets, Hungary
13.41-13.49
Péter Csizi, Managing Director, KÉZMŰ-ERFO-FŐKEFE
13.51-13.59
Ilona Dávid, CEO of Volánbusz Ltd.
 
14.00-16.05
ÉrtékPlacc FOURTH ACT – Long distance investing?
14.04-14.12
András Becsei, CEO of OTP Mortgage Bank Ltd.
14.14-14.22
Zsófia Bánhegyi, Marketing and Communications Director, Szerencsejáték Ltd.
14.23-14.31
Dominique Ducoux, CEO of Auchan Retail Hungary
 
14.35-15.05
Coffehouse
 
15.14-15.22
Jonathan J Kaufman, professor, strategy advisor, USA
15.25-16.05
Why do I believe in it? How is it different being the same? - Roundtable
  • Balázs Bolyki, Bolyki Soul&Gospel Parara
  • Ákos Gellért, Managing Director, Naturtex
  • Dr. László Gábor Lovászy, Ministerial Commissioner, CRPD member
  • László Vidák, Tisza Cipő
Moderator: Jáksó László, host
 
16.09-16.29
ENCORE
  • Bolyki Brothers

Exhibitors during the whole program:
  • ‘KockaCsoki’ Chocolate Manufacturer
  • ‘Bake My Day’ Bakery
  • ‘Hatpöttyös’ Restaurant
  • ‘Ízlelő’ Family-friendly Restaurant, ‘Kékmadár’ Foundation
  • Symbioses Foundation
  • Never Give Up (Nem Adom Fel) Foundation
  • ‘Tisza Cipő’ Shoe Manufactory
  • KÉZMŰ-ERFO-FŐKEFE
 

18th January
Open family day

10.00-10.40
Búgócsiga Zenede – Band playing for kids
10.50-11.15
Vasi Kislegényczéh – Winners of Hungarian Folk Dance Talent Show (2019)
11.15-11.45
Folk Dance with Szökős Folk Ensemble
11.45-12.35
Hungarian Folk-tale Theatre – ‘Luck of Lucky’ spectacle
12.50-13.05
Never Give Up Band
13.30-14.30
Farkasházi Réka és Tintanyúl Band
14.50-15.50
‘Kolompos’ Band concert (Hungarian Folk Music)
REGISTRATION
The registration is closed for our conference day on 17 January.
We welcome you on our family day on 18th January.
USEFUL INFORMATION
CONTACT

MINISTRY OF HUMAN CAPACITIES

1054 Budapest, Báthory u. 10.
+36-1-795-1200
info@ertekplacc.hu
PHOTOS
MINISTRY OF HUMAN CAPACITIES
1054 Budapest, Báthory u. 10.
+36-1-795-1200
info@ertekplacc.hu
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