The Mining Industry and the labour supply market require a centralised labour skills pool. A centralised labour placement system encourages unemployed persons with specific skills or attributes to register their names for future employment. Prospective employers also require a system that will profile the type of employee they are searching for, in line with various employment criteria. When the system identifies a shortlist, the employer instructs TEBA to contact the person and introduce the person to the employer.
The Labour Placement System (LPS) is a service linking the supply and demand of skills required in and by the mining industry. All unemployed persons complete an application form and then attend an interview, during which a preliminary rating process takes place, and qualification documentation is scrutinised and placed on file. When a person is placed on the shortlist for an interview with a prospective employer, TEBA will prepare an appropriate Curriculum Vita (CV), attach previous work history and qualification documentation, and forward all documentation to the employer for final selection.
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