Will people in NWDA system have to register with WORC?

| 01/09/2019 | 1 Comment

Will Caymanians who have already registered with the National Workforce Development Agency have to re-register with Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman?


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Auntie’s answer: Yes, people previously registered with NWDA will have to do so again at WORC but not quite yet. A WORC official explained that re-registration is required “due to the forming of a new entity and creation of a database”. However, the new system for the public to access is not up and running yet, and it is not yet known when this will happen.

Once it is good to go, WORC will be asking people to log on to re-register their data. The official added, “The system will be extremely user friendly and registration should take only a few minutes.”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Of course we’ll have to re-register. It wouldn’t be government if we didn’t. We should all know by now that it’s Government’s job to make life as difficult as possible for the private sector!!

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