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SSC launches new and improved website

Thu, 4 July 2013 20:20
by Online Reporter
News Flash

The Social Security Commission (SSC) are determined to improve upon delivering client-oriented services and are certain that the launch of their new and improved website shall do so.
"Client convenience and reachability of the SSC are of the utmost importance," stated David Keendjele, Acting Executive Officer of the Social Security Commission.
The expansion of geographic representation is a priority objective and they have begun doing so with the inauguration of service centers in Eenhana and the central business district of Windhoek.
Keendjele says that this new and improved website is a clear indication of the SSC`s commitment,  "to provide a quality service to all its stakeholders." They are quite literally at the click of a button able to inform all stakeholders and those who access their website about the latest information in their portfolio, their services and obligations as they strive to provide a world class social security service in line with their vision.
This new website is interactive and offers clients the opportunity to register their businesses and employees, terminate services of employees, view active employees on their profiles and receive general information about the SSC. Keendjele further states that, “In addition, the website has been integrated with social media and members of the public can now like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter or view us on YouTube or search us on Google Plus!”
Another beneficial aspect of this new website is that employees can now view their membership status on the site.