The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment has circulated for comments a Government proposal, which will create the legislative basis for a new digital service platform for employment services (TE Services). The new service platform would improve the matching of employees with jobs and make employment services more efficient.
The reform aims to create digital TE services that are customer-oriented and user-friendly. The new digital TE public services would replace the customer information system of TE Offices as well as the customer and expert services (TE online services) currently in use.
The services for personal and business customers and experts, as well as the informational content of TE public services, would become available on the Job Market service platform.
The draft proposal is included in the 2022 budget proposal and will be discussed alongside it. The laws are scheduled to enter into force on 2 May 2022.