The National Agency for Employment organized, Wednesday in Algiers, a symposium on digital services aimed at users looking for a job, which aims to accelerate public service in the field of employment.
On the sidelines of the Algerian Production Exhibition at the Palace of Exhibitions in Algiers, a presentation was made on the digital services of the National Agency for Employment, including applications and platforms developed for users and job seekers in order to introduce them and explain how to use them.
The Director General of the National Agency for Employment, Abdelkader Djaber, confirmed, in a speech read on his behalf by his adviser, that this meeting is “an opportunity for both employees and job seekers to meet with various economic actors,” especially since the Agency, as he said, “has cut off Significant strides in the field of digitizing its services to serve its clients and keeping pace with the era in which technological development and information exchange are accelerating.
He added that these digital services have contributed “significantly to bringing the public administration, and in particular the agency as a public employment service, closer to the citizen, in addition to facilitating and accelerating public service in the employment sector.”
The National Agency for Employment – the speaker continues – has developed an information system for internal use and another for external use for the benefit of job seekers, with the aim of “modernizing the work environment by focusing on an intermediate information system, providing a communication portal and establishing a technological system in addition to providing remote services.”
For his part, the official of the Algerian Code of Professions and Jobs project, Kessiouar Mourad, said that this service is “a means of collecting and analyzing information that will help determine the needs of the labor market and adjust the specialized training required in this context.”
He explained that this code allowed “the division of professional sectors into 3 major axes: the primary sectors, the secondary sectors, and the ancillary sectors, in the light of which the research methods are determined according to skills, according to the profession, or according to the professional sector.”