Recently, Datong county seriously organize the College Graduates Employment Service Month activities, and actively serve the employment of college graduates, and achieved good social benefits
recently, Datong county seriously organize the College Graduates Employment Service Month activities, and actively serve the employment of college graduates, and achieved good social benefits.
is a clear theme, wide coverage of service objects. to 2012 and the employment of college graduates and Grassroots Employment Service project completion, long-term unemployment, zero employment families, family difficulties of college graduates as the focus, through the post recruitment and telephone notice, provide jobs for college graduates, helping them to achieve employment.
two is propaganda in place, various forms of activities. make full use of blackboard, issuing leaflets, posting announcements etc. facing the society and college graduates to carry out employment policy advocacy activities. The majority of college graduates in-depth understanding of the purpose and significance of the employment service activities, familiar with the province, city and county related to the employment of college graduates in terms of new policies and measures to mobilize the enthusiasm of the employment of college graduates, employment service activities influence.
three is the organizational norms, social repercussions good . County Talent Exchange Center to arrange full-time staff responsible for this work, from the theme, focus on the service object, objectives, implementation, organization and leadership activities and other aspects of the detailed arrangements for the service activities as a solution to the employment of college graduates most practical problems, and actively put into practical action. During the event, the organization within the county, 12 companies held special recruitment, covering a management class, class, civilian accounting, mechanical engineering, sales, computer and professional technicians such as 80 jobs, a total of 65 college graduates and employers signed an agreement of intent.