Looks like we are in for another potential round of business crippling legislation, with the DoL wanting to create a central database of vacancies.
Is there a possibility that this could be a good thing?People with skills were not assisting those who were struggling, causing skills-development regulations to be introduced, Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana said on Thursday.
Speaking at the national skills conference, he said the Department of Labour was currently developing regulations that would make it compulsory for employers to register all vacancies and placements with the department.
Mdladlana said: "Such a registration process by employers would enable the department to enhance an employment-services system that would match job seekers to job opportunities, skills development opportunities and social insurance.
"This intervention would also enable the government to systematically deal with the scarce skills issue, and the gaps of the South African workforce would also be available in one central database."
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Anyone in the government ever think that all the legislation has not yet helped them to achieve their goals? Maybe reducing regulation would improve all the issues they are concerned about.