China News Service, August 7th. Wu Xiaoling, head of the Department of Rural Industrial Development of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, revealed on the 7th that as of the end of July, more than 13 million migrant workers who have returned to their hometowns have been employed locally.

  The State Council Information Office held a regular policy briefing of the State Council on the morning of the 7th, inviting officials from the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Civil Affairs, and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs to introduce relevant measures to support multi-channel flexible employment and employment and entrepreneurship of migrant workers.

  Wu Xiaoling introduced at the meeting that in order to effectively solve the problem of local employment of migrant workers returning to their hometowns, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, in accordance with the deployment of the central government, and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security jointly issued the "Expanding Local migrant workers returning to their hometowns" Implementation Plan for Employment Scale, and a video dispatch meeting was held at the same time to comprehensively deploy work to promote local employment and entrepreneurship of migrant workers returning to their hometowns. The following measures have been taken:

  One is to comprehensively promote the implementation of policies. The focus is to implement the policy of quasi-aid to stabilize jobs. Establish employment subsidy funds for migrant workers and one-off entrepreneurship subsidy funds, implement policies to support agriculture and small businesses, and develop financial products such as "benefit farmers" product packages and "persuade farming loans".

  The second is to strive to broaden employment channels. Focusing on "returning to agricultural stability, absorbing a batch of engineering projects, cultivating a batch of innovative business types, supporting a batch of entrepreneurship and driving a batch, and setting up a batch of public welfare positions", various forms have been adopted to increase employment.

  The third is to work together to develop guidance services. Through system monitoring, big data scheduling and other means, we can find out the basic number of migrant workers who have returned to their hometowns, understand local labor needs, and do a good job of matching labor information.

  The fourth is to strengthen skills training. Relying on existing training resources and training programs, online training is carried out through the Internet to improve job transfer skills, and help migrant workers to transfer jobs to small shop owners, new farmers, distributors, and tour guides.

  Wu Xiaoling said that from the monitoring and dispatching situation, positive progress has been made in promoting local employment of migrant workers returning home. As of the end of July, more than 13 million migrant workers who have returned to their hometowns nationwide have been employed locally. In addition to employment in local enterprises and farming, 5% of migrant workers who returned to their hometowns started their businesses through cloud video, live direct sales, and folk-custom special industries. At the same time, a number of public welfare posts such as rural cleaners, road guards, ecological forest rangers, and epidemic prevention and killers have been added in various places.

  In the next step, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, on the basis of implementing the "Opinions on Doing a Good Job in Current Employment and Entrepreneurship for Migrant Workers" issued by 15 departments, will further integrate policies and measures, gather resource elements, gather public services, and implement detailed work in place. .

  One is to implement support policies to stabilize jobs. In accordance with the opinions of 15 departments, focus on promoting the development of rural industries to absorb employment, promote project construction to promote employment, and support returning to the countryside to start a business to drive employment.

  The second is to optimize employment service delivery. Guide local governments to develop "one-window, one-door, one-stop" services, enhance the role of employment service windows in county and township administrative halls and government portals, and guide county and township service agencies to provide "one-stop" services for migrant workers in employment and entrepreneurship.

  The third is to strengthen skills training and transfer. Include migrant workers who are willing to return to their hometowns into the scope of vocational training subsidies, and make full use of modern information methods such as remote video to carry out vocational skills training. Strengthen the guidance role of employment and entrepreneurship tutors and expert advisory groups.

  The fourth is to encourage innovation, entrepreneurship and job creation. Guide the return of rural migrant workers to develop rural workshops, family workshops, handicraft workshops, creative agriculture, etc., and promote employment of migrant workers. Relying on processing and distribution, leisure agriculture, e-commerce and other new industries and new formats, increase the employment of migrant workers.

  The fifth is to expand employment patterns and jobs. Support enterprises to use temporary, seasonal, flexible employment and other forms, encourage labor docking between enterprises, support enterprises to extend industrial chain and service outsourcing, attract migrant workers to alternate jobs in processing, packaging, and transportation, and realize diversified employment of migrant workers .