Tailored employment service unveiled for fresh graduates
Officials give vocational guidance online for this year’s college gradutes on July 29 in Yufa township, Beijing’s Daxing district. [Photo provided by Daxing district]
Daxing district's emplyment platform posts an online recruitment fair notice on its offcial WeChat account. [Photo provided by Daxing district]
The letter to the unemployed graduates in 2020 from the Daxing Human Resourses and Social Security Bureau [Photo provided by Daxing distrct]
Beijing’s Daxing district has introduced a plan with more differentiated and precise measures to help this year’s college graduates find employment in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and economic downward pressure.
The district vows to carry out online recruitment, vocational guidance and policy explanation once a week, and to collect feedback on service results once a month.
At present, Daxing has investigated 3,630 fresh college graduates for employment status and job intentions, and subdivided them into 639 groups with major division to offer precise help.
Meanwhile, the district prepared 1,462 customized packages for the unemployed, each of which contains a letter and materials on job choices and policies.
It also took full play of the advantages of “Internet plus employment” and opened a special column for college graduates on its service platform.
Other efforts were made over the last few months. Ahead of the document, the district’s human resources and social security bureau launched six programs and 20 online classes, recommended about 4,800 positions through short message service (SMS), and held 13 online recruitment fairs that provide more than 2,900 jobs.