The Russian authorities in the fall of 2016 blocked professional social network LinkedIn, and still not unblocked. Instead, it was created by its domestic analogue Skillsnet, the development of which was allocated 14.5 billion rubles. The size of kickbacks officially classified.
The Skillsnet network was developed under the supervision of the Federal service for labour and employment, hence for its creation paid the Russians themselves by paying taxes. Now Skillsnet exists only in the form of a web service, but soon to be created mobile application and the corporate messenger – the cost of their creation is shrouded in mystery. Based on Skillsnet is the Job portal in Russia, launched back in 2009.
The principle of operation of the network is a little different from LinkedIn – it collects data on vacancies and job seekers, but acts strictly in the framework of the law “On employment in RF”. The creators Skillsnet note that their network has at least one significant competitive advantage over sites for job search: applicants and employers can communicate on this platform directly, allowing to conduct interviews online and save a trip to the office. Use Skillsnet is completely free, which is also going to draft good, but nobody can exclude that in the future he will become partially or fully paid.
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