KLMIS, being a website for the Ministry in charge of national labour matters, is expected to consolidate labour market-related information in the country, ranging from skill development (training) to employment, labour relations and Social Security of the work force. The Ministry, in generating content for this website, works closely with all stakeholders. Various links to other relevant sites have been provided for more detailed information on some key areas.
Yes. KLMIS is useful to many stakeholders- including those who are already employed. It gives them useful information about career advancement as well as benefits to workers given by Government through various social protection programmes. Researchers interested in labour matters will also find information herein enlightening. Students, parents and trainers will be guided on career choices; and so will investors benefit from information highlighting various elements of national economy outlook; among other stakeholders.
Currently, only FKE members have been registered in the system and given special privileges. All other employer bodies duly registered with the Government will progressively be included upon consultation.
The jobs are genuine as they are posted by authentic employers registered with the Federation of Kenya Employers ( FKE),whose details are already stored in the website.Individual Job seekers are however advised to undertake due diligence.
There are no charges - (it free). The free service is part of Government's contribution towards employment promotion for its citizens.
KLMIS provides job seekers with free registration and uploading of CVs. Prospective employers also post jobs and leave contact details and application procedures for use by interested job seekers. An employer may choose to contact directly a registered job seeker whom he/she thinks is well qualified for available job.
No. Job seekers can register, upload their CV's and remain registered for as long as they wish.
KLMIS is aimed at serving as a one-stop shop for all information pertaining to the labour market. It also provides an interactive platform for job seekers and employers, as well as other stakeholders, to interact.
The Kenya Labour Market Information System ( KLMIS) is a Government of Kenya web site, through its Ministry of East Africa Community, Labour and Social Protection. The Ministry works closely with umbrella bodies representing workers such as COTU (Central Organization of Trade Unions) and Employers (such as Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) and others.
The offering of an individual’s or group’s time, skills or resources to provide services by free choice for the benefit of other individuals, communities or nations, without the expectation of financial gain other than reimbursement of reasonable expenses.
This is an individual or groups that offer their time, skills or resources to provide services by free choice for the benefit of other individuals, communities or nations, without the expectation of financial gain other than reimbursement of reasonable expenses. It also includes the organization that offers such services.