The second edition of the successful Czech career fair with a specific focus on language & tech jobs will offer the chance to discover and apply for job positions with internationally-minded employers in the Czech Republic on May 11th-13th.
“Jobspin Job Fair is tailored for candidates who want to relocate and work in the Czech Republic. This career fair involves the added benefit of real-time communication between candidates and employers, plus a personal approach which is essential in the recruiting process,” said Katerina Casadei, the main coordinator of Jobspin Job Fairs.
Virtual job fairs are a great way to interact with your audience globally using chat tools, video calls, live webinars, and digital content. Participants have the opportunity to talk with hiring representatives in real-time via chat or video call and undergo a pre-interview with a preferred employer. Visitors can access the event for three days, allowing prospects to conveniently browse exhibitor booths, network, explore job opportunities, and apply for positions online without crowds or stress.
“Nowadays, virtual career fairs are giving traditional hiring events tough competition by delivering multiple benefits at a fraction of the time and costs. They allow hiring companies to connect with hundreds or even thousands of people simultaneously and interact with them. While physical events might win the debate over personal interactions, virtual events maximize the number of those interactions and multiply the value derived from them,” said Casadei.
Jobspin has organized 12 editions of prestigious job fairs in Prague and Brno. Last year, the company introduced the first Jobspin Virtual Job Fair Czech Republic, hosted completely in an online environment. In the three days of the event, the virtual platform was visited by 1,400 attendees and over 6,300 private messages were exchanged between employers and job seekers.
- Jobspin Virtual Job Fair Czech Republic (May 11-13th, 2021)
- Registration form: http://bit.ly/JVJF2021
Photo credit: Jobspin
Written by Hana Zábranská, edited for Prague Expat Centre
If you have any questions, call Katerina Casadei, the main organizer, at +420 608 12 12 84 or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.