Welcoming the aging society, are you ready?
Faced with the advent of Taiwan's "aging society" and the changes in the population structure and dependency ratio, it does not only force changes in social patterns but affects the economic environment, the cultivation of talents, and intergenerational issues. In the face of an aging population, the issue of the re-use of the elder's manpower has been taken seriously by the advanced countries of the world. In view of this, the Taipei-Keelung-Yilan-Hualien-Kinmen-Matsu Regional Branch of Workforce Development Agency of Ministry of Labor established the Senior Workforce Resources Center on October 2, 2014. Since its establishment, it has strived to promote various types of employment services and match up employers and employees. It is hoped that this will enable the elder talents to do what they are good at and enhance their sense of social participation and self-worth. They will also be able to provide intergenerational experience through the senior diversified information platform and create resource exchanges and interactions to make up for the demand in labor market
What is the target of Senior Workforce Resources Center?
- People above 55 years of age with employment needs.
- Retired people.
- Employers who are interested in hiring jobseekers mentioned above.
- People or groups who are interested in the issue of senior citizens.
The company is short of people. Where can I find suitable candidates?
To find high-quality senior manpower for employers, the Center first conducts recruitment and matching up in a diversified manner, and then does the check-up for the companies through the visits to senior enterprises. Besides, we timely provide corporate employers with related information on creating a friendly workplace for the elder or the recommendation for the re-design of senior job titles in order to create a friendlier workplace for the senior citizens and allow experienced senior talents to become one of the core advantages of business operations.
The services this center provides for employers
I retired. Where can I find a job?
The Center provides employment services tailored for the senior citizens. The employment service staff of the Center adopts the "one-to-one case" model to promote the one-stop service of the senior employment, employs the three major professional systems of "employment matching-up", "career consultation" and "vocational training" to enhance the employability of the senior citizens, and promotes and arranges interviews for them to assist them in successfully securing a job.
The services the Center provides to senior citizens
In addition to seeking talents and job hunting services, what kind of resources does the Center offers?