Wednesday, March 10, 2010

JobsDB Career Expo 2010

From themalaymail

"KUALA LUMPUR: JobsDB Malaysia announced the soft launch of JobsDB Malaysia Career Expo 2010, which will take place at the KL Convention Centre (KLCC) from May 7 to 9.

Timothy Hor, general manager of JobsDB Malaysia Sdn Bhd said the job fair encompasses a better location, technology and job/candidates. The job fair is also 100 per cent paperless.

"Powered by a proven and world class software solution, the Career Fair allows forseamless process from registration to job application. Job candidates will be given "bar-coded" registration cards and all they need to do to apply for a position is to be "scanned".

As all the job candidates' resumes are already pre-loaded within our portal, the scanning process will automatically upload the candidates' resume into the exhibitors database. In short, both the candidates and participating employers can walk in and out of the job fair paperless," Hor said.

The expo will also feature JobsDB's technology partner, Tune Talk utilise its SMS services for application of job via mobile phones. It will be made available immediately during the event to its current service users, while non-users can obtain one at the show at a special price.

On better job candidates, Hor said the fair will conduct workshops on building quality resume and personal development, courtesy of Leadership Resources (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd representing the FranklinCovey Co USA.Principles and concepts derived from the FranklinCovey curricular, including the book titled '8th Habit' by Dr Stephen R Covey, will be shared during specific sessions.

Another training session will be conducted by Billy Kueek International, led by the founder Dr Billy Kueek himself. The JobsDB Malaysia's Career Expo will be the fifth in its history and is expected to draw 40,000 participants and more than 100 exhibitors."

In short, JobsDB Career Expo is the better career fair because of these three main reason: Better location, better technology and better jobs/candidates.

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