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Recruitment services to facilitate job search

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Recruitment services to facilitate job search

“Finding a job is not easy, but it can be less complicated if there is someone to help,” said Meas Keo Vorleak, staff at ANZ Royal Bank.

In response to finding a job, Suy Sokha, the recruitment Manager at HRINC (Cambodia) Co, says, “The purpose of this service is to bridge the gaps between job seekers and employers by providing career counselling to job seekers and supporting them in their job hunt including advice on gaining skills and expectations from employers.”

“We also provide support to the employer in finding the right candidate at the right time for their vacancies.”

Sokha said there are currently more than 10,000 job seekers registered in their system, and they are getting new job seekers every day.

Vorleak said she used the career service to find a job and that job led to the career she has today.

If you go to [email protected] you can create an account on the website and register as a job seeker to upload your CV. Your CVs will be sent to employers at a companies that suit you best.

Seekers will get a lot of advantages using this kind of service. Sokha said “it is free of charge, and the registered job seekers will get an alert for their review and job application. Moreover, they will get an opportunity to have career counselling with an adviser with expertise in job searching.

“The applicants will be contacted with suitable job opportunities with our clients’ organisations. They will have a shot at being selected for a position,” she said.

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