The National Office for Rehabilitation and Social Affairs assesses the applications for accreditation submitted by employers in respect of the employment of employees with changed working capacity. The National Office for Rehabilitation and Social Affairs verifies compliance with conditions for accreditation and also undertakes tasks pertaining to subsidising rehabilitation employment from the budget, as well as tasks relating to the professional control of the former. 

Government Decree 327/2012 (XI.16.), which entered into force last year, significantly transformed, simplified and made the subsidy system applied in respect of the employment of persons with changed working capacity more transparent. 
This new regulation encourages the development of skills and employment rehabilitation of employees with changed working capacity and helps them find employment in the open labour market.
Budgetary assistance may be claimed in respect of surplus costs arising on the grounds of the employment of and wages to be paid to employees with changed working capacity.
This new scheme distinguishes two types of employment, namely, temporary and permanent employment. Employment in the open labour market for at least 6 months is the aim of temporary employment. Mentor services must be ensured for the rehabilitated employee during this period. The way that every employer receives the same subsidy after every person with a disability is a key difference in relation to the previous systems in place. The decree ensures the possibility for temporary employers to conclude so-called trial employment contracts with external employers in order for individuals to be rehabilitated to extend their range of work experiences and obtain suitable professional experience.  
Preserving and developing the skills and abilities of persons with changed working capacity in a protected environment is the aim of permanent employment. This type of assistance may be granted for 1 year in 2013 and for 3 years from 2014. The duration of this assistance may be extended without restriction.  

In 2013, the Government spent 25 billion HUF on supporting persons with changed working capacity through funding granted within the framework of calls for applications. Employment has consequently been provided for over 30,000 individuals by integrating at least 300 companies.
National and EU funding amounting to a total of 20 billion HUF has been earmarked within the framework of the New Széchényi Plan for programmes assisting the social and labour market integration of persons with disabilities. The Government launched trainings for 5,000 persons with changed working capacity at the beginning of the year. Over the next three years, three state-owned companies will be implementing trainings and competency development for some 3,000 persons with changed working capacity by spending around 5 billion HUF.  

Social Renewal Operational Programme 1.1.1.-12/1 supports the labour market reintegration of individuals that can be rehabilitated applying for assistance at rehabilitation administrative bodies. 10,000 individuals is the envisaged size of the target group to be integrated in this EU-funded project. The characteristics of this target group must not be neglected (age, education, motivations, healthcare and social needs) during the course of planning preparation for employment rehabilitation. Personal development programmes can only be a success under close professional supervision. 2,500 individuals will receive subsidised training and 5,000 will receive employment benefits within the framework of this project.