mybrink Brings Seismic Changes to Graduate Recruitment05/2017
Graduate recruitment site mybrink.com celebrates launch
Let’s get one thing straight, right from the off: recruitment is a pain! The employer advertises a role; the potential employee applies with a CV, along with a couple of thousand others. The employer whittles them down to a shortlist based on certain criteria that has to be matched to be considered: qualifications, skills, experience etc. Then they either call all of the shortlisted candidates in for the interview process which could take…your guess is as good as mine, or they stick all of their CVs to a wall and throw a dart. Will the two parties be well suited and get along? Who knows? It could end quicker than expected and the whole process starts again.
Wouldn’t it be easier if the employer and the candidate had an idea about what the other party is actually like beforehand? New graduate recruitment website mybrink.com is about to revolutionise the whole recruitment process with an online meeting place where businesses and students/graduates can find out about each other in an informal setting.
London-based start-up mybrink came out following the frustrations experienced by its founders when they graduated and found the existing traditional employment channels – the jobsboard and CV – didn’t allow them to stand out from an ever growing crowd. There are so many with the same qualifications that it is hard to show your personal worth, your personality and character. How do you make yourself heard amongst so many clamouring voices? It is a problem for employers too; the CV, in its limited format, cannot hope to show what candidates are really like.
With mybrink you can make yourself heard. It is an online talent marketplace where students and graduates can show off their skills and companies can show off what makes them the ideal employer. Then, to misquote Kipling: the twain shall meet!
Student and graduates can create an online profile, upload their CV and add to it as they progress. They can also upload samples of their work, blogs and portfolios. They can also search and apply for jobs with the sort of blue chip employers they dream of working for. It is a learning space with expert tips and mini guides and they can keep updated with the latest blog posts and emails. Best of all it’s free for students.
Employers can created their own branded profile page detailing the sort of work they do, their vision for the company’s future, the roles they have available and the benefits to be had by working for them. They can unlock student and graduate profiles to find the perfect candidate and they can contact and interact with the people they think most suitable.
Take a good look at mybrink.com today and take the pain out of recruitment.
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