Ranchi: State labour department minister Satyanand Bhogta on Tuesday launched a resource and migration support centre set up by a private entity named GoodWorker at Kantatoli in Ranchi on Tuesday. GoodWorker is headquartered in Bengaluru.
The minister also handed over offer letters to 50 candidates in presence of employers recruited via the GoodWorker platform. “GoodWorker seeks to provide verified and trusted jobs to youth via a phygital approach – combining digital presence with extensive reach on ground. It seeks to leverage the entire ecosystem via partnerships and has signed memoranda of understanding with DET and JSLPS (Jharkhand state livelihood promotion society) – enabling it to reach across the skilling ecosystem, employment exchanges and state it is,” said an official.
GoodWorker also has a national partnership with Common Services Centre (CSC)- leveraging its entire village level entrepreneurs (VLE) network for reaching to all job aspirants.
“Resource and migration support centers are key to connecting youth to suitable jobs via face-to-face counselling and joining facilitation. From here, we aim to set up such centers across key states in the country,” said an official.
Ketul Acharya, COO, GoodWorker, said, “GoodWorker is excited to work with various arms of state government here. This inspires us to redouble our efforts of bringing more and more jobs for the youth of India.”