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The Easiest Way Of Employment

10 years, 7.5 Million employment and facilitating employment, labor force supply and demand the best place that maps
EASY APPLY 46,042 The Vacant Jobs
1,146,844 2018 Job Placement
7,5 Million 10 years, Employment
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Why İŞKUR?

Why İŞKUR?

The first legal regulation regarding public employment services in our country is Labour Law with the date 1936 and the number 3008 which is our first law. Said Law had set forth forbidding private offices executing agency business for seeking jobs and employees and establishing the Institution of Providing Jobs and Employees in three years which could enable that this service would be executed by the government. Since the Institution could not be founded within three years, it was determined that law draft of the Institution would be reported to TBMM (Grand National Assembly of Turkey) through the Law with the date 1939 and the number 3612 in two years. However, owing to the interruption caused by 2nd World War, this time span passed and eventually the Institution for Providing Jobs and Employees was established by the Law with the number 4837 in 21st January of 1946 in order to deliver public employment services. In 15.03.1946 the Institution of Providing Jobs and Employees (IPJE) came into operation. The Law with the number 4837 determined the mission of the Institution as agency business for finding jobs and employees, that is, “for employees finding jobs suitable to their qualities and for employers finding employees having suitable qualities for the job.

Institution

Institution

Vision

To become a respected and leader organisation that plays an effective role in service quality and diversity and also in tackling unemployment via adaptation to changes and innovations. .


Mission

In accordance with the needs of labour market; providing the service of job and employee agency effectively; enabling, maintaining, developing, diversifying the employment and providing a temporal income support to people who have lost their jobs via implementation of active labour market policies aimed at enhancing the employability of workforce.