Mike Ratemo @PeopleDailyKe
The wide gap of interaction between job seekers, prospective employers and markets for services will soon be greatly reduced following the launch of the Kenya Labour Market Information System (KLMIS).
The Ministry of East African Community (EAC), Labour & Social Protection yesterday inaugurated the system with much optimism that it will considerably hasten interaction and awareness amongst players in labour industry all over the region.
Labour Cabinet secretary Phyllis Kandie disclosed KLMIS is an online one stop-shop platform, where labour market information in Kenya covering both public and private sectors will be at disposal for anyone interested.
Accompanied by Labour PS Khadijah Kassachoon and Director Human Resource Planning Catherine Waema, Kandie said the system will instill parity in the labour industry as scant information had resulted in some sectors being “suffocated,” with saturation of employees’ rife.