Job-seekers assisted

2017-09-13 06:00

More workers than usual, especially those on the outskirts of the province, are expected to be reached through the Department of Labour’s quarterly outreach that is currently underway in the Pixley Ka Seme Region.

The campaign is aimed at ­job-seekers and stakeholders in the areas of Noupoort, Richmond, Victoria West and Prieska to meet and engage with the department during the service delivery campaign. It started on Monday (11/09) and will end on Thursday (14/09).

Partnering entities, the Compensation Fund (CF) and the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) will interact with clients to get them up to date on legislative amendments, service delivery improvements and the benefits of workers.

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