The 2nd edition of the successful career fair with a specific focus on language & tech jobs offers you the chance to discover and apply for job positions with internationally-minded employers in the Czech Republic.
Held online, virtual career fairs provide a solid alternative to the real-life events as they allow busy job seekers to get down to what really matters: meeting available recruiters to discuss their qualifications and open positions. The Brno Expat Centre is happy to be its media partner, and we’ll also plan to lead one of the many webinars.
The Job Fair is also a great opportunity for candidates who want to relocate and work in the Czech Republic. “It 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.
“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.
How will the virtual part look?
To ensure a quality two-way communication, a well-designed hosting platform will provide real-time video, and text-based chat options for candidates to interact with employer representatives and undergo pre-interviews with selected employers.
Visitors can also participate in numerous workshops tailored for those looking to start a new career and relocate to the CR. The Brno Expat Centre also offers a webinar:
- Your rights as an employee – regardless of whether you’re foreign or Czech
- Description: Premiums, breaks, vacation days, sick leave,… – learn what rights Czech labour law gives you and your employer can’t take away
- Time: 12 May, 10 am
The official language of the event is English and it is free of charge for all candidates.
Written in cooperation with Hana Zábranská / Jobspin