You don't have a job at the moment? This is what you need to know.
Upon first registration, you are issued with a magnetic card with your fingerprint details stored in it. This card is required to allow you to register at a stipulated time and place. A chit (a small printout) is issued every time you register, providing details for your next registration and any other messages that Jobsplus may have for you. It is very important that you read the chit messages properly. Messages on the chit include information to attend activities such as Job Search seminars, training courses, job fairs or interviews at Jobsplus or job interviews with employers. Failure to attend any such activities will indicate that you are no longer interested in using Jobsplus services, and your name will hence be removed from the register. During your registration, you are expected to send feedback on each job interview to your Jobsplus employment advisor.You can find more on how to register for work here
Persons in disadvantaged situationsIf you are a disadvantaged person, Jobsplus can offer you specialised services and schemes. Persons in disadvantaged situations include former substance abusers, former prison inmates, persons with disability, be it intellectual or physical, persons suffering from mental illnesses, workers who have been out of the labour market for a long period of time, and other people with different social problems. Unemployment Benefits