Looking to hire to Hungary, Poland or Czech Republic? The first regional virtual career fair, CareerCall.eu will take place on 22.1-4.2.2018

Looking to hire to Hungary, Poland or Czech Republic? The first regional virtual career fair, CareerCall.eu will take place on 22.1-4.2.2018

Do you need a German speaking Engineer? Warsaw Social Media Expert? Customer Service Agent fluent in French and Hungarian? CareerCall.eu brings you together with the right candidates, from all over the world.

The first virtual career fair in the Central Eastern European region, organized by Monster, is taking place this fall from 22.1 to 4.2.2018. Companies in need of multilingual candidates are gathering from Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic to participate in CareerCall.eu while jobseekers will be visiting from all over Europe and the world. Organizing Monster countries say, they are expecting to have at least 200 000 jobseekers visiting the fair. The jobseeker and the employer can be in different countries and yet the platform allows for instantaneous connection - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Can you imagine a better way for hundreds of thousands of jobseekers to view many companies and their open positions faster or easier?

CareerCall.eu offers a chance for the jobseeker to become familiar with the companies they are interested in and the companies to find the right talent. Jobseekers can find out about the company’s open positions or company culture, while the companies can strengthen their employer brand. Companies have many tools to build their image as a desirable employer and inform candidates about their open positions such as, a live chat, video, employee referrals and unlimited job posting during the Fair.

Looking to hire in Hungary, Poland or Czech Republic? Interested to participate?
Visit www.CareerCall.eu to find out more!

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