Employment Department

“Anticipate, prepare and respond to crisis - Invest Now in Resilient Occupational Safety and Health Systems”

“Anticipate, prepare and respond to crisis - Invest Now in Resilient Occupational Safety and Health Systems”

World Day for Safety and Health at Work 28 April 2021
Empowering the youths

Empowering the youths

Facilitating referrals and placements for job seekers

Facilitating referrals and placements for job seekers

Attracting, Retaining and Developing Skills

Attracting, Retaining and Developing Skills

Protecting the Rights of all Workers

Protecting the Rights of all Workers

Governance of Labour Migration

Governance of Labour Migration

Conducting Effective Social Dialogue

Conducting Effective Social Dialogue

Minister Francourt Welcome Message

I wish you a warm welcome to the Employment Department website of the Ministry of Employment, and Social Affairs.                                                              

The aim of the website is to keep members of the public well informed of the different aspect related to the Employment Department by providing effective and timely information.   

My Ministry is committed to work closely with our partners and the general public to fulfil our Vision, Mission and Mandate. 

We encourage you to browse through and I am certain you will find the website informative. Feel free to give us your feedback,  as it will enable our Ministry to serve you better 

Happy Browsing.

                                                                                                                

Vision

To achieve full employment, rights at work, social protection and social dialogue in a stable working environment.

Mission

To promote productive employment for all in a safe and healthy work environment and to enforce rights at work in collaboration with our social partners.

Mandate

To play a vital role through employment related activities to build a productive workforce and to lend support to all efforts to enable the people of Seychelles to become self sufficient, enjoy decent work that leads to rewarding and enhanced quality of life.

Employment Statistics May 2021

DataAmount
PEA's Total registered job seekers (March)470
Total Registered Unemployed My First Job Graduates622
No. of registered youth Jobseekers (15-30) March299
No. of registered youth Jobseekers (15-24) March240
Total job placement (March)36
Total Graduates Placement (My First Job)283
Total registered vacancies (April)770
Total occupational accidents9
Total workers made redundant207
Total registered grievance cases69

Unemployment Rates and Figures Q4 2020

Statistics by Sex for 2020.

Source: Labour Force Survey