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Labour Ministry launches National Job bank to achieve robust labour force

The Ministry of Labour under the Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency on Friday launched its first National Job Bank in the form of an online platform.

The aim of creating this job bank is to allow employers to advertise vacancies and for job seekers to see potential job opportunities in a fast and efficient way.

From the left Chief CRMA Officer, Yolanda Grant, Minister of Labour Joseph Hamilton and Permanent Secretary Bishram Kuppen

Speaking at the Launch of the job bank was Chief CRMA officer Yolanda Grant who said "job seekers will be able to access jobs that match their skill set, competency, and career choices competent to the express need of the employers in their respective entities."

The National Job Bank will be available to Guyanese both locally and internationally.

Meanwhile, Permanent Secretary within the Ministry Bishram Kuppen made it clear that there is no cost associated with accessing this employment platform.

He assured that "the Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency will still be available to job seekers and employers who prefer to visit and have face to face interaction with the Ministry and also the CRMA would be providing customer support for the job bank."

Meanwhile, Labour Minister Joseph Hamilton added that "any aspect of our data you utilise (employee) you must give credit to the Ministry of Labour Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency. We will not allow anyone to utilise our information, our data claim it and use it as their own."

Minister of Labour, Hon. Joseph Hamilton

The National Job Bank can be accessed by simply visiting the website, You will then be required to register as an employer or employee which requires you to provide necessary personal information.

Minister Hamilton further encouraged both employer and employee to make use of the platform.


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