Zhaoyang Town of Chaohu City Completes the Employment Assistance Work for the Poor College Students
Publishdate：2019-07-29 Views：2535 Source：
In order to achieve the goal of 100% employment for the new college graduates from poor families, the strong measures of "three in place" were adopted to successfully complete the employment assistance work for the new college graduates from the filing and licensing of poor families.
The bottom number is in place. Arrange all village residents to check the employment and entrepreneurship situation of college students from poor families with archived Lika in advance, understand the basic personal information, employment status, job-seeking intention, employment service demand and employment difficulties of the assistants one by one, and master the basic information of the current poor college students in their jurisdiction comprehensively, and set up work desk accounts.
Publicity and guidance are in place. To provide "point-to-point" guidance services according to students'employment intention and professional expertise. In June, we began to conduct weekly telephone inquiries to explain carefully the policies of "three supports and one support", public institutions, employment and entrepreneurship, conscription and one-to-one support.
Employment services are in place. Through entering the village, actively contacting with the object of assistance, providing targeted employment assistance services such as policy publicity, employment guidance, information consultation and so on. Continuous attention should be paid to the college students who have already been employed, and more than three jobs should be recommended to the unemployed poor college students, so as to help the poor college graduates smoothly get through the job-hunting period and stabilize their employment.
In 2019, 14 new graduates from poor families with archived Lika in Shengliang Town have completed assistance. Among them, 9 graduates have stable employment, 3 graduates have continued to study, and 2 graduates are temporarily unemployed due to special circumstances. (Liu Cheng)