- 更新時間:2018/09/21 15:56:26
The Council of Indigenous Peoples held a “2018 Autumn Employment Service Staff On-The-Job Educational Training” at the Sheraton Taitung Hotel from September 12 to September 14 (3 days in total). Iwan Nawi, the deputy director of the Council, came to the training ceremony on September 12. During the period, 95 employment staffs from all parts of the country gathered together to provide more professional and quality employment services.
Iwan Nawei, deputy director of the Council said that, according to the annual survey on the employment of the indigenous people, the unemployment rate of the Indigenous Peoples was reduced from 5.21% in March 2012 to 3.91% in March 2018. The gap with the nation's unemployed people has also dropped from 1.04 percentage points to 0.25 percentage points, making the unemployment rate of the Indigenous Peoples more consistent with that of the whole nation. The employment service staffs appointed by the Council in the nine districts of the country have counseled 4,000 cases in 2017. As of the end of August 2018, 2,564 cases were successfully counseled, indicating that the setting of the employment service staff had significant benefits, and reduced the unemployment rate of the Indigenous Peoples.
The purpose of this training course was to strengthen the professional knowledge of the employment service staffs and reinforce the cultural sensitivity of the indigenous employment service staffs. The course design focused on case handling strategies and case studies, including “Labor Relations and Handling Strategies of Labor Disputes”, “Occupational Safety Practices and Exercises”, “Practical Visit and Talk Skills and Case Studies”, and “Cultural Competence and Social Work”, etc., expecting to provide more accurate employment services for the tribe in the future.
Deputy Director Iwan Nawi said that the policies of promoting the employment of indigenous people were not only through the establishment of employment service staffs to promote employment consultation and mediation. In the future, the Council would gradually implement the construction of the employment security system for Indigenous Peoples through the five major aspects of “implementing the law”, “optimizing employment services”, “improving cooperative development”, “providing vocational training” and “promoting employment promotion measures”.
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