MINSK, 19 September (BelTA) – Employment assistance commissions offer flexible scenarios to help people solve their problems, Chairman of the House of Representatives Vladimir Andreichenko said in an interview with BelTA.
There are about 150 employment assistance commissions in Belarus. MPs take an active part in their work. “The work is systemic. There is less formalism. The careful study of life situations people find themselves in enables us to offer flexible scenarios to solve them. The results are here. Many citizens have already taken advantage of the opportunity to apply for jobs, undergo retraining courses, start up business or take it out of the shadow. In the first half of the year alone, about 4,000 people applied to the commissions for help in finding a job. This is quite a positive signal, isn't it?” the speaker said.
Permanent commissions were set up in line with Decree No. 1 which approved the measures to promote employment. “The decree has finally moved the process along. Before that, the authorities had to move in the dark. Today we have a clear cut system of interaction between local administrations, employment bodies, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, social services, and education institutions,” Vladimir Andreichenko noted.More about Society