ASTANA – Internet sites and private employment agencies are connecting with the Electronic Labour Exchange www.enbek.kz, the press service of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan reported.
“Today, four internet sites have already joined the electronic labour exchange: hipo.kz, market.kz, rabota.nur.kz, zarplata.kz. Search for vacancies posted on these Internet sites can be done at the Electronic Labour Exchange at www.enbek.kz. To view the full information about the vacancy, a transfer to the source site is carried out,” the ministry said.
A total of 27 private employment agencies from West Kazakhstan, Aktobe, Atyrau, Kostanai, Zhambyl, South Kazakhstan, Karaganda regions, as well as Astana and Almaty registered a personal office on the website and use the Electronic Labour Exchange to carry out their activities such as mediation in the search work and staff selection.
The Electronic Labour Exchange has been working in pilot mode in the employment centres of Astana, Almaty, Pavlodar and Shymkent since October 2017. Since January 2018, the launch has been carried out throughout Kazakhstan. According to the new business processes, the employment centres of the population will select candidates for vacancies, received through the website www.enbek.kz from employers and private employment agencies.
A multi-channel procedure for registering vacancies without mandatory personal visits to employment centres is introduced for employers. The employer can transfer information to the employment centre about the availability of vacancies through a personal office.
Today, the employment centres are moving towards a proactive and targeted format of interaction with employers. In practice, approaches focused on the interests of employers will be implemented. As modern HR services on the basis of professional selection by competence, they will select the most suitable potential applicants for employers.