Bayt to host 3rd virtual job fair in Egypt
Cairo, December 26, 2012
Bayt.com, the region’s number one job site, has announced that it will host its third Virtual Job Fair (VJF) in Egypt from January 6 to 10, 2013.
The hassle-free online job forum aims to boost the country’s job market and get job seekers and employers to interact directly without the need for intermediation, a statement from Bayt said.
The Bayt.com VJF presents a unique concept allowing jobseekers to fully interact with potential employers within a virtual environment, styled to look like a real job fair. Using a range of digital tools, such as chat rooms, webcasts and webinars, jobseekers and employers can exchange vital job-related information.
Jobseekers can search for available jobs and submit their CVs, while employers can interact with jobseekers through virtual ‘booths’.
“Efficiency, effectiveness and convenience are essential considerations for everyone, especially in today’s busy times. Our event successfully combines all three, allowing employers and job seekers to connect with as many parties as possible, with optimal flexibility and convenience,” said Suhail Masri, vice president of sales, Bayt.com.
“After having hosted Virtual Job Fairs in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, we are pleased to now launch this innovative, pioneering platform in Egypt. We have had consistently positive feedback from employers and job seekers alike based on their participation in previous VJFs, and we look forward to having a similar impact in Egypt.”
Job seekers wishing to participate in Bayt.com’s Egypt Virtual Job Fair can register for free at virtualjobfair.bayt.com. Once logged in, candidates are can apply to jobs 24/7, at their own convenience and from the privacy and comfort of their own home or office environment, the statement said.
Participating employers benefit from increased brand awareness. With Bayt.com’s Virtual Job Fair there are minimal resource requirements in return for maximum exposure, meaning less costs and a higher return on investment compared to a traditional job fair, it said.
The VJF allows employers to reach and interact with a large audience of talented professionals; it is cost-efficient with several booth options available to meet all employers’ needs, and its outcome is measurable at the end of the event.
Job seekers are presented with the opportunity to interact confidentially with employers through text, voice and video chat, with access to HR career consultants and increased amounts of career-based information to help them make a better decision. Adding to this is the ability to apply to jobs, or to leave their CV in a ‘CV Drop’ corner for maximum exposure. – TradeArabia News Service
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