after complaint, Sine Manaus make changes and referrals to employment will no longer be in order of arrival

Changes began to assert on Friday (22).
22/07/2016 16h50 - Updated 23/07/2016 12h23
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Referral to employment in the National Employment System (Sine Manaus) will no longer be made in order of arrival, but the candidate profile analysis for the position provided by the contracting company. Thus will no longer be necessary for workers to sleep in front of service stations. For treatment, the worker only needs to reach the posts of Sine Manaus during office hours, from 7h30 to 13h. Changes began to assert on Friday (22).

This and other changes were made by the Municipal Labor Bureau, Employment and Development (Semtrad) after allegations made by a communication vehicle that showed people having to spend the night in line at the Sine Manaus to get care. The two posts of Sine Manaus are in Building Garage, in downtown, and Avenida Max Teixeira, in the New Town neighborhood, north of the capital.

The new routing system for jobs in Sine Manaus, now, It consists of seven steps. First is made the worker registration, that can be online or in person. Then, to consult the open positions, checking whether the person has the skills for the vacancies available. If you fit the profile, the candidate is contacted by the call center.

Sine Manaus makes a pre-selection and forwards the candidate to the company only when it fits the desired profile. Already hiring is defined, exclusively, the company requested the vacancy occurs and after analyzing it without the interference of Sine Manaus. If the employee does not pass the company's internal process for which was referred, is the return of his name to the register of Sine, where he will have access to other opportunities.

For more information those interested should call the general phone strip doubts Sine Manaus (3215-4700).

Source: AM POST Writing

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