JANZZ.technology has landed a contract for the first digital public employment platform in South America with Paraguay.
The InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB), collaborating with the local government, is bringing its recruitment process in Paraguay into the Digital Age with the help of JANZZ.technology.
According to the minister of labor, Mr. Guillermo Sosa, this software will bring transparency and efficiency to the recruitment processes, in which a job seeker can now drop his paper CV and instead access the system to create a digital profile. This means there won’t be any more vague or incorrect matching to their job searches.
The platform, called ParaEmpleo, helps candidates and companies to enrich their professional profiles and job descriptions for all players in the labor market. Private companies, job aggregators, self-service users and non-digital users, all together will profit from the software and matching engine that creates relevant job matches amongst different occupations despite the use of business jargon, acronyms, etc.
JANZZ.technology is currently fine tuning the final adaptations for the Paraguayan labor market to deploy the first draft of the platform and run the first test at the end of the month.
Mr Sosa remarked that the result from this process will be:
In the first place, provide relevant employment opportunities that can fulfill both the employer’s and the candidate’s expectations. Secondly, it will help both parties to understand the existing gaps, promoting better education adjustments on the government side and help land the employer’s expectations about the current reality of the labor market.
Here you can listen to the whole interview in Spanish: