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Spring Training of Employment Commissioner of the Indigenous Peoples ~ Starting with Full Energy!

  • 更新時間:2019/04/08 11:27:50

The Council of Indigenous Peoples held the “2019 Spring In-service Educational Training for Employment Commissioner of the Indigenous Peoples” from March 20 to March 22 at Xitou Natural Education Center, Nantou County. The vice director of the Council Iwan Nawi came to the opening ceremony on March 20 and presented awards to the staff with excellent service performance. It was hoped that the 95 employees from all over the country would come together to provide more professional and high-quality employment services.

Iwan Nawi said that, to actively promote the employment of indigenous people, the Council had set up nine regional employment service offices across the country. In addition, the Council set up convenient service centers in the tribes to provide accessible and integrated employment consulting services. It took the initiative to explore individual cases and provide outreaching services to convey welfare policies to every corner. Through employment services advocacy, visits and labour rights education, counseling and follow-up care were provided to 3,760 cases of employment in 2018. It is shown that the establishment of employment service commissioners had brought significant benefits.

The purpose of this training course was to understand the employment trend of Indigenous Peoples, enhance teamwork, introduce innovative service design, and strengthen the physical and mental health of employment service commissioners. The course design included “Workplace Trends and Career Choices for Indigenous People”, “Innovative Thoughts on the Activity Design of Employment Service Program”, “Emotion Management and Stress Adjustment-Self-care Skills”, “Social Resource Management and Utilization - Developing Friendly Employment Firms for Indigenous Peoples”, “Teamwork and Motivation Skills”, etc. It was expected to provide more accurate employment service for their people in the future.

Iwan Nawi stated that the Council would promote indigenous employment policy planning not only through the employment service commissioner to promote employment consultation and match-making but also the five aspects of “implementing the law for employment”, “optimizing employment services”, “enhancing the development of cooperatives”, “provision of vocational training” and “promotion of employment measures for employment promotion”, gradually fulfilling of construction of the indigenous occupational safety system.

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